Happy Pollinator Week: June 21-27, 2021! Butterflies and moths are pollinators of many flowering plants.
Did you know? The Hummingbird Clearwing (Hemaris thysbe) hovers in flight and uses its long tongue to sip nectar from flowers.
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At Butterflies and Moths of North America (BAMONA), we have a well-designed database for storing butterfly and moth occurrence data, a time-tested online submission form for collecting observation data, mechanisms to develop checklists at any scale, and expertise to develop tools for interacting with data.
- Are you a teacher or a school that is interested in butterflies or has planted a butterfly or pollinator garden?
- Are you a nature center, natural history museum, zoo, or outdoor school that gets kids and adults involved in data collection?
- Are you running or participating in a butterfly or moth monitoring program or atlas project?
We have technical expertise and infrastructure that can help you. Instead of reinventing online data collection or storage, save your time and creativity for your project. Partner with BAMONA to build local or regional species checklists, to get secure data storage, or to set up a project-specific submission and review process. Or, let us know how we can work with you to create a customized solutions for browsing, searching, and visualizing your data. Contact us and let's see how we can work together! Did we mention that we offer these services for free?