Rounding the bend on Bike Path, Pickett Landfill-

Female Sulphur butterfly. Perhaps laying eggs on the leaf of the Black Locust. Some Sulphurs migrate South for the winter, although not as far as monarchs.

Bring. Butterflies. Back.

From the Field, Field Note by Justine Kibbe, Sept. 13, 2018

September 17 Evening @ Race Point: The Monarch butterflies are still very prevalent in numbers here. The Golden Rod seems to be a flower of choice this warm eve. Sunlight and shadows this time of month are my favorite. I am learning different seaweed types and note that the Irish moss, Sea Lettuce and Knotted Wrack appear healthy here.