Monarchs, viceroy, common buckeye, comma, clouded sulphur, black swallowtail, giant swallowtail, Eastern tiger swallowtail, red-spotted purple, and more!
Anytime between mid-June and the end of July is a great time to visit the Cavalier Wildlife Management Area (WMA) to see dozens of species of butterflies.
In addition to checking flowers along the roadside, there can be larger numbers found in the road, especially where it’s sandy. These butterflies are “puddling” or obtaining mineral nutrients from the soil.
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