Butterfly Counts 2018

Sunday South Circle Count Dates 2018                                                 Spring  April 8th – SummerJune 3rd – Fall September 9th


Long Key Natural Area & Nature Center:                                                   3501 SW 130th Ave, Davie FL 33330                                                   Barbara DeWitt 954-599-1082 badewitt@gmail.com

Tree Tops Park/Pine Island Ridge Natural Area:                                     3900 SW 100th Ave, Davie FL 33328

Markham Park:                                                                                                        16001 W. State Rd. 84, Sunrise, FL 33326                                                    Eve Maige 954-583-0241 ebmaige@gmail.com

Saturday North Circle Count Dates 2018

Spring  April 14th-Summer June 9th-Fall September 22nd


Coconut Creek Tamarind Village:                                                                     2550 Calamondin Cir, Coconut Creek, FL 33063                                 Mona Johnston 954-975-9157 12banger@bellsouth.net

Crystal Lakes Sand Pine Scrub:                                                                         3299 NE 3rd Avenue Pompano Beach FL 33064

Hugh Taylor Birch State Park: 

 3109 E. Sunrise Blvd. Fort Lauderdale FL 33304                             Barbara DeWitt 954-599-1082  badewitt@gmail.com

Hillsboro Pineland Natural Area:                                                                     5591 NW 74th Place Coconut Creek FL 33073                                   Sandy Fernandes 954-557-3090  sanav1946@yahoo.com

Imperial Point Neighborhood:                                                                            Vicki Rosenthal vicki@globalsw.org                                                            Betty Shelley bjshelley5@gmail.com

  The NABA Butterfly Counts is an ongoing program of NABA to census the butterflies of North America (United States, Canada and partially Mexico) and to publish the results. Volunteer participants select a count area with a 15-mile radius and conduct a one-day census of all butterflies sighted within that circle. The Broward County Butterfly Chapter invites you to be part of citizen science efforts to document butterfly activity in Broward County. Do you love nature? Do you enjoy watching butterflies? If so, the upcoming events are for you! Please read below and see how you can help.
If you are interested in participating, choose your location from the list below and notify the contact person for that area. Join the count for a few hours or a day of fascinating butterfly counting.
What to Bring
Water, snacks, hat, sunscreen, binoculars, field guides and cameras. Dress for the outdoors and wear comfortable shoes.
 Documents for Counts
    1. Park Workday Volunteer Form
    3. 2018 Participant List
    4. Count Instructions


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