Rainy weather limits butterfly population
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#1 Jul 28, 2009
We live in Salem County and have wondered about the butterflies this year. We have butterfly bushes in our yard as do many of our neighbors, as well as friends who live in other parts of the county and no one I've talked with has seen more than a couple of large butterflies this season. Does this mean even fewer next year? Is there something more we can do to increase the butterfly population?
#2 Aug 3, 2009
I live in Ontario and have noticed the same situation. I have flowers galore yet no butterflies and dragonflies. Will this limited population affect next years population?
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