Washington Butterfly Association Annual Conference
May 30 to June 1, 2014 in Moscow, Idaho
This year we delve into new territory near Moscow, Idaho. The familiar rolling grain fields of the Palouse quickly give
way to foothills and hills east of Moscow, transitioning to mountains and eventually the Rocky Mountains of Montana.
Nearby Moscow Mountain, at 4,983 feet, is a center for outdoor activities. Extensive USFS land provides good access and
forest roads to explore.
David Nunnallee has reviewed and updated the list Washington butterflies.
Two versions are available for downloading:
Precise field trip locations will depend on conditions at the time; our
scouts will be surveying locations before our arrival. In terms of butterfly
species, the area should be home to some old friends – but considering
the proximity to western Montana, a few surprises could be
Friday and Saturday evening events will be held at the Fairfield Inn
and Suites in Moscow; 1000 W. Pullman Rd. Until April 30, a limited
number of guest rooms are available at a reduced rate to those
identifying themselves as members of the Washington Butterfly Association.
There are other hotel options located nearby as well.
Registering for the conference by May 15 allows you to buy optional
meals, and to receive a $10 discount on registration. Make your plans
now to join us for this much-enjoyed annual event.
Full registration is $90 ($80 if received by May 15).
Partial registration is available as well as a special offer rate
of $45 for new members,
juniors (13 – 17 years), and students enrolled in a school program.
Children 12 and under are free.
Meals are not included in the conference fee, but lunches and Saturday dinner may be ordered on the registration form.
Online registration at:
or see the March 2014 newsletter for mail-in registration form.
March 2014 newsletter
Lodging information may also be found in the newsletter.