Monarch butterfly tagged in Oklahoma netted in the Texas Hill Country 350 miles away
Eastern Black Swallowtails are everywhere this season: here's how to raise them at home.
Eastern Swallowtails butterflies are common this time of year. Here's how to raise them at home.
Caterpillar quiz: can you tell the difference between a Monarch butterfly and Eastern Swallowtail butterfly caterpillar? Here's how.
Last year about this time, we detailed a turf-to-bed [...]
Oh, those Crazy Chrysalises: Bringing Caterpillars Inside Can Result in Chrysalises in Surprising Places
Crazy chrysalises: if you bring in a caterpillar or chrysalis from the cold, be prepared to find the chrysalis in unlikely places. Monarch caterpillar
A Year in the Life of A Butterfly Garden: From Turf to a Butterfly Host and Nectar Garden, with Edible Landscape In Between Gallery
A Year in the Life of A Butterfly Garden: From Turf to a Butterfly Host and Nectar Garden, with Edible Landscape In BetweenButterfly gardening, Butterfly Life Cycle, Butterflybeat, Jimsonweed, Milkweed, Monarch Butterfly, Queen Butterfly, Queen caterpillar, seeds, turf-to-bed-conversion
A Year in the Life of A Butterfly Garden: From Turf to a Butterfly Host and Nectar Garden, with Edible Landscape In Between
Let's get busy, people. Your butterfly garden is waiting. Make it happen. Get inspired by this month-by-month slideshow of a year in the life of a butterfly garden.
In the Butterfly Garden, Part II: Transplants and Seedlings to Make a Vibrant Butterfly Garden in Downtown San Antonio
The turf-to-bed conversion continues as we begin to transform a drought-damaged downtown San Antonio yard into a butterfly garden. Favorite host plants will be transplanted from Austin, we'll buy several new plants in the spring and plan our seedling strategy for early January. Read all about it, and let us know if you have questions.
Tracking the Monarch Butterfly Migration? Check out these Social Media and Online Resources for Staying Informed
Tracking the Monarch butterfly migration? Social media can help. Check out these online resources for staying on top of how the migration is progressing.
No Fireworks this Fourth of July? You can still celebrate with the natural fireworks show of the synchronous firefly of the Great Smokey Mountains. Check out the video.