Monarchs on MilkweedPhoto by Janet Locklear In a recent National Geographic newsletter, Jason Bittel reported that Monarch butterflies may be...
By Anne Ellis Butterfly Count Coordinator This year marked the Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy’s 25th annual butterfly count. Twelve teams were...
Volume 26 Issue 3, Summer 2021 by Michele Savage, Habitat Herald Managing Editor The butterflies must be counted — each...
By Anne Ellis Butterfly Count Coordinator Red-banded HairstreakPhoto by Gerco Hoogeweg The Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy’s 24th annual butterfly count was...
Volume 24 Issue 4, Fall 2019 by Anne Ellis Intrepid and stalwart butterfly experts, citizen scientists, and nature-lovers of all...
By Anne Ellis Butterfly Count Coordinator Monarch butterflyPhoto by Michael Myers With some misgivings concerning the weather, eight teams of...
Volume 22 Issue 3, Fall 2017 by Anne Ellis Silvery CheckerspotPhoto by Bryan Henson For a human, the cool, almost...
Butterflies – our flying flowers. Not only are they beautiful to look at, they are important threads in the web of...
Our annual butterfly count was held on Saturday, August 3. Although the forecast called for nice weather, a storm front...
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