NABA 4th of July Butterfly Counts

Celebrating its 36th year in 2010, the North American Butterfly Association (NABA) Butterfly Count Program is a long-term citizen-scientist project, involving almost 500 counts and thousands of volunteers throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Volunteers select a count area with a 15-mile diameter count circle and assemble a group to conduct a one-day census, of all butterflies sighted within that circle.

Butterfly Counts are usually held around the fourth of July. To learn more about them click the star spangled butterfly above. For free down-loadable 4th of July Butterfly coloring pages click on the Star-Spangled Butterfly coloring page below.

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