Help advance science and conservation of butterflies

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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Community Scientist Discovers New Butterfly Species for Vermont

Terri Armata, one of Vermont’s most ardent butterfly watchers, has done it again. For the second year in a row she has recorded a new butterfly species for Vermont. On June 30th in the far southwest corner of Vermont she photographed a Northern Oak Hairstreak (Satyrium favonius ontario) among the Banded Hairstreaks (Satyrium calanus) nectaring at Common Milkweed.


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What is flying around? New eB experimental feature!

Any Plans for this weekend? Do you want to know what is flying around today in your area?

We just put together an app that helps you with that!

Just draw around your area of interest, wait for a few seconds, and see all the species that had been reported there and when it is more probable that they’ll be flying there!