March of the Painted Ladies!


Painted Lady nectaring on coneflower. /© Bryan Pfeiffer Painted Lady butterflies are flitting about fields, gardens, roadsides and meadows throughout eastern North America and beyond. Like Monarch butterflies, with which they are sometimes confused, Painted Ladies are now migrating southward. Each fall, they vacate Canada and most of the U.S. and during winter are active…

via Help Us Record Painted Lady Butterflies on the Move — Vermont Center for Ecostudies

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