Sighting for July 11, 2014

Sheila Rosenberg - NABA Count

John Brown Farm Historic Site, Intervale Lowlands Preserve, other sites in Lake Placid
Essex County, NY

Count observed higher than average number of Monarchs, after having none last year! Meadow Fritillaries were the most numerous ever recorded in the 21 year count’s history, with 2 of them observed in 2 places other than site where they are usually seen.

  • Canadian Tiger Swallowtail 4
  • Mustard White 3
  • Cabbage White 13
  • Clouded Sulphur 4
  • Orange Sulphur 1
  • Pink-edged Sulphur 1
  • Bog Copper 2
  • Coral Hairstreak 3
  • Banded Hairstreak 1
  • Striped Hairstreak 4
  • 'Summer' Spring Azure 2
  • Great Spangled Fritillary 7
  • Aphrodite Fritillary 1
  • Atlantis Fritillary 19
  • Silver-bordered Fritillary 3
  • Meadow Fritillary 31
  • Harris' Checkerspot 1
  • Eastern Comma 2
  • Gray Comma 1
  • Milbert's Tortoiseshell 1
  • Red Admiral 6
  • White Admiral 26
  • Northern Pearly-eye 1
  • Eyed Brown 11
  • Common Ringlet 6
  • Monarch 19
  • European Skipper 115
  • Peck's Skipper 39
  • Tawny-edged Skipper 3
  • Long Dash 9
  • Dun Skipper 2