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From the rarest butterflies to the most common, your sightings contribute to conservation decisions, scientific knowledge, education, and more. Help us understand when and where butterflies occur. All you have to do is watch and report your butterfly sightings.

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Panama: Morphos, metalmarks and mimics

Peter Hall, scientific advisor for eButterfly, gave us the story of a trip to Panama rich in observations!


eButterfly 2021 Year in Review

With checklists from the tropics of Panama to the islands of Hawaii and as far north as Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories of Canada, 2021 was an amazing year for eButterfly. There’s no doubt that 2021 was once again a challenging year, leading more people to nature to find comfort, hope, and a sense of connection with others. Thank you for joining us!


Tohono Chul Park Findings: Butterflies in the Desert

Andrew Hogan, avid butterflier and long-term eButterfly user, shares with us his findings from Tohono Chul Park in Arizona where he has run a long-standing weekly butterfly count since 2014. Learn about some of his findings and perhaps become inspired to start a weekly count near you!