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July: Butterfly Challenge Month!

Boulder County has the 4th highest biodiversity of butterfly species in the United States! The warm month of July is a great time to go on a butterfly safari - and document as many species as you can. Boulder County rises 9,000 vertical feet from the prairies to the summits - with many life zones packed into an absurdly small area. This is heaven for a butterfly watcher!

Get in the mood with Boulder County butterfly species "seek and find" - download it here.

Posted on July 17, 2017 05:48 PM by dsutherland dsutherland | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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