Archive for the ‘Butterflies’ Category

Monarch Butterfly

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on July 21, 2020

Nature First – The Alliance for Responsible Nature Photography

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on June 30, 2020

It is pollinator week 2020

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on June 22, 2020

 “Plain” Cabbage White Butterfly is Anything but Ordinary

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on June 19, 2020

Berkeley Street Photos 5/5/20

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on May 6, 2020

Berkeley Event: Monarchs – How We Can Help

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on February 26, 2020

Mexican Butterfly Conservationist Is Found Dead – updated

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on February 3, 2020

Monarch Population Remains At All-time Low

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on January 29, 2020

 Migrant species do well in warm and wet UK in 2019

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on December 28, 2019

Disturbing News For Butterfly Populations

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on November 14, 2019

Monarch Butterflies Born In Captivity Have Trouble Migrating South

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on October 10, 2019

How do monarch butterflies know when it’s time to migrate? 

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on August 14, 2019

An App to Identify (Almost) Anything (Almost) Anywhere 

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on July 28, 2019

Butterfly returns after nearly half a century

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on July 10, 2019

How to Attract Butterflies

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on July 2, 2019

Yosemite Milkweed Bloom and Video 6/27/19

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on June 27, 2019

Pollinator Week – June 17-23, 2019

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on June 15, 2019

20th Annual Butterfly and Bird Festival June 2

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on May 30, 2019

Merced River and Yosemite Wildflowers 5/9/19

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on May 12, 2019

Coyote Hills Birds 4/6/19

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on April 6, 2019

Massive butterfly swarm reaches Northern California

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on March 22, 2019

Painted Lady Butterfly Swarm Approaching N. Calif

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on March 14, 2019

Why are there so many butterflies in Southern California right now?

Posted by: Sandy Steinman on March 14, 2019