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Date: Fri, 26 Jun 2020 14:47:23 -0400
From: Lucy Merrill-Hills <lucymerrillhills1...>
Subject: [MassLep] Canton, Ma butterflies, 6/26/20

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Hi,

Today at TTOR Signal Hill, from 10:35-11:35 in the fields:
2 Clouded Sulphur
1 Cabbage White
1 European Skipper
1 Zabulon Skipper (along the trail where the Mourning Cloaks fly)
Milkweed, Yarrow, Dock, Fleabane, Clover and purple Vetch are a few of the
plants I recognized in the parched fields.

At the Museum of American Bird Art, from 11:45-12:35:
2 Clouded Sulphur
4 Cabbage White
2 Little Glassywing (FOY)
The field behind the museum has a lot of Milkweed, all of which is in
bloom. There were several types of dragonflies there, including many
Widow Skimmers and a few Amberwings. I did not see any butterflies flying
in the garden areas, even though there are many nectar sources there.

Sun and clouds, 82 degrees

Lucy Merrill-Hills
Roslindale, Ma

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<div dir=3D"ltr">Hi,<br><div><br></div><div>Today at TTOR Signal Hill, from=
10:35-11:35 in the fields:</div><div>2 Clouded Sulphur</div><div>1 Cabbage=
White</div><div>1 European Skipper</div><div>1 Zabulon Skipper (along the =
trail where the Mourning Cloaks fly)</div><div>Milkweed, Yarrow, Dock, Flea=
bane, Clover and purple Vetch are a few of the plants I recognized in the p=
arched fields.</div><div><br></div><div>At the Museum of American Bird Art,=
from 11:45-12:35:</div><div>2 Clouded Sulphur</div><div>4 Cabbage White</d=
iv><div>2 Little Glassywing (FOY)</div><div>The field behind the museum has=
a lot of Milkweed, all of which is in bloom. There were several types of d=
ragonflies there, including many Widow=C2=A0Skimmers and a few Amberwings. =
I did not see any butterflies flying in the garden areas, even though there=
are many nectar sources there.</div><div><br></div><div>Sun and clouds, 82=
degrees</div><div><br></div><div>Lucy Merrill-Hills</div><div>Roslindale, =
Ma</div><div><br></div></div>

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