Happy Plover Appreciation Day from some bathing Piping Plover chicks!
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Plover Appreciation Day, Piping Plovers
2015 was the summer of butterflies. As part of my internship in New Brunswick, I kept track of the butterflies I came across while out in the field. On fair-weathered weekends, I spent my time searching for more in parks and at gardens. I was lucky to be able to photograph (with varying quality) each species of butterfly that I found, so that they could be submitted to the Maritimes Butterfly Atlas. I only missed a few species that I hoped to see out east, but I learned a tonne this summer and I look forward to next year’s search.
In no particular order, for your viewing pleasure:
Contributed records of 35 butterfly species to the Maritimes Butterfly Atlas (Red Admiral).
Salt Marsh Copper
Northern Spring Azure
Eastern Pine Elfin
Great Spangled Fritillary
Little Wood Satyr
Canadian Tiger Swallowtail