Massachusetts Butterfly Club
A Chapter of the
The Massachusetts Butterfly Club sponsors state-wide butterfly activities to promote education, conservation, interpretation, and fun! We invite people of all ages and levels of expertise to attend our meetings, programs, field trips, and butterfly counts and to become members of our club.
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Please join Russ Hopping and Howard Hoople for the rescheduled field trip to Weir Hill in North Andover on Wednesday, May 23, beginning at 11:00 am. We’ll be looking for Frosted Elfins and other early species. Russ is particularly interested in having some help surveying the area for Frosted Elfins, in support of recent efforts the Trustees have made in managing the habitat at Weir Hill. Some elfin-like individuals have been reported there in the past few days, but so far they have not definitely been identified as Frosteds. Even just a few people helping in the search on Wednesday would be very helpful. Please contact Howard Hoople at email@example.com or 978-604-0454 if you can join us. Meet at the parking area between the American Legion Beach and the electrical substation on Pleasant Street in North Andover (GPS to 535 Pleasant Street in North Andover will be just opposite the parking area!).
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The 11th annual Barbara J. Walker Butterfly Festival will be held at Broad Meadow Brook on August 11 with lots of fun for all ages, including butterfly walks and workshops, live caterpillars, children's activities, stories, food, vendors, and more!
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