This should be the height of the butterfly season, and with good temperatures and sun we will see a nice variety of butterflies. Of special interest will be the hairstreaks that fly during early July. With luck, we could see 5-6 species, including the Acadian, which is unique to Kitty Todd. Depending on the butterflies we may search a new area, Salamander Flats, a quick drive from the office area. Please bring water. Protected shoes and long pants are recommended.
Meet Jan Dixon at 11:00 a.m. at the Kitty Todd Preserve parking lot at 10420 Old State Line Road in Swanton.