Michelle Connally, Class of 2018 September 28, 2023 – Thursday, 6:00 PM Join us for an Online Zoom Deep Dive on Butterfly Survival Strategies. Butterflies already have it hard with… Read More →
Sam Crowe, 2022 – On June 10, I took a trip up to Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge to see if there were any shorebirds still hanging around or maybe some already heading back south. I once saw a beautiful, breeding-plumaged American Golden Plover heading back south from their nesting range in the far north. No luck with the birds but the button bushes were blooming and the butterflies were taking advantage of the opportunity. I saw maybe 10 different species on one bush.