Manage your wildlife habitat for the survival of the wildlife you’ve attracted. Mourning Cloaks need leaf litter, brush piles, and hollow trees for their survival. Learn more about these ethereal butterflies by reading my latest post on Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens.
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I thoroughly enjoyed your website. I especially liked your image of a mourning cloak. That’s a tough one to photo to satisfaction…yours is terrific, especially the trailing blue marks.
It’s my hope the photo the hairsteaks that are common to the New Jersey coastline, as in the Pine Barrens, etc. This I understand is to be done in April/May. Can you be of any assistance there?