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Muskoka Butterfly Count this weekend

Muskoka Birders et al.
Birders need something to do after the spring migration. Right?
I would suggest butterfly watching. Finding rare species and new records for Muskoka are possible.
Here is a good way to get started, join veteran butterfliers on the annual Muskoka Butterfly Count. Details from the MFN newsletter below.
BTW We don't have to catch most of them to make IDs - bring your best close-focusing bins.

SATURDAY, JUNE 23 EVENT: Butterfly Count led by Al Sinclair. Meet at 9:30 a.m. at Ragged Rapids hydro
parking lot. Take Highway 38 from Bala, roughly 5 km to Ragged Rapids Rd. (make a right turn), follow Ragged
Rapids Road to the hydro parking lot keeping left all the way. Bring lunch. Spare nets will be available. After
initial introduction and ID of butterflies, the group will search on different routes, reconvening at Jaspen Park at
3:30 p.m. If it is raining heavily or the wind is strong, postponement to Sunday is a distinct possibility. If in
doubt, phone Al at 645-2848.

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