Alabama Butterfly Atlas adds new “search by color” feature. Site includes eggs, caterpillars and more

Photo of a Summer Azure butterfly egg taken in 2017 by Sara Bright.

Sara Bright, Birmingham co-author and photographer of the book Butterflies of Alabama informed Bham Now this week that the Alabama Butterfly Atlas has added a new “search by color” feature on their popular nature website.

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Make the most on the trail this Fall. Discover the Alabama Plant and Butterfly Atlases (photos)

Alabama Streak Sorus Fern – Stegnogramma burksiorum. Named after the founders of the Alabama Conservancy, Bob and Mary Burks. Photo from the Alabama Plant Atlas

Have you ever hiked on a trail and saw a flowering plant that you wanted to identify? Or  experienced a butterfly fluttering past you, to its next destination in a forest? If you are curious about plants and butterflies, the state of Alabama has two of the most comprehensive guides/inventories on the internet – the Alabama Plant Atlas and the Alabama Butterfly Atlas.

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