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Guess they are tougher than many of us thought. 

   In the Bennington area species are starting to emerge. 
Yesterday (Sunday) after work, I walked the edges of a few fields:
Skippers seen: all first of the year.
   Pecks-1
   Hobomok- 3
   Tawny-edged-1 
  
American Coppers--12 First of the year.

Also nice flight of Little-Wood Satyrs and Pearl Crescents flying.
Black Swallowtail-1
no Tigers... very few so far.

Terri Armata
Bennington

On Jun 1, 2014, at 9:13 PM, Ron Payne wrote:

> The piece on Giant Swallowtails that ran in the Burlington Free Press
> last week had some questions in it about whether or not they will have
> survived the harsh winter we just had. Well, consider those questions
> answered. I saw two Giant Swallowtails on private property on the West
> side of Snake Mountain in Addison this afternoon.
> 
> -- 
> Ron Payne
> Middlebury, VT

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