National Pollinator Week is June 22-28, 2020. This is a great week to spend time learning more about pollinators. Learn all about Pollinator Week and find activities you can do.
Update June 3: Bug fix is complete!
Starting around May 22, 2020, some users have reported errors they received while trying to submit sightings to BAMONA using the Google Chrome internet browser. We are aware of the bug , and it is being actively worked on. We will update this post when the bug is fixed.
Check out this fascinating article from The New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/21/science/butterflies-moths-fossils-evo....
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There's good news and bad news at Butterflies and Moths of North America this summer. The good news is that we are getting lots of traffic to the site, and many users are submitting and reviewing sightings. Hooray!
Pollinator Week is quickly approaching! Visit https://www.pollinator.org/pollinator-week to learn more about how to get involved.
The Fund currently has an online application period open for its Fall 2018 Seed A Legacy program. This program offers free pollinator seed mixtures for projects in an 11-state region. Applications are open for private, public and corporate lands that are a minimum of 2.0 acres in size or larger. The Fall 2018 program application period is open until August 31 with an online application process.
The island marble (Euchloe ausonides insulanus) is one of the rarest butterflies in America. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) announced today that the butterfly warrants protection as an endangered species under the Endangered Species Act.
Butterfly Conservation's Eighth International Symposium is to be held at Southampton University, from the 6th to 8th April 2018 on the theme: The ecology and conservation of butterflies and moths.