Here Come the Butterflies!
July 02, 2022
Get ready for Allendale’s Butterfly Summer
The Fyke Nature Association is pleased to announce that Allendale's Butterfly Summer is right around the corner.
All About Butterflies
Friday, July 15, 2 p.m.
Don Torino, head of Bergen Audubon, will do a short Zoom talk on butterflies in advance of Fyke and Lee Memorial Library’s Family Butterfly Walk on Saturday, July 16. Don will also mention the big annual Butterfly Day at DeKorte Park in Lyndhurst on Sunday, July 17.
Jim Wright will introduce Don and later talk briefly about the Saturday walk and logistics thereto. 45 minutes. Free and open to all. Stay tuned on how to register for the Zoom talk, brought to you by the Fyke Nature Association and Lee Memorial Library.
Family Butterfly Walk
The Celery Farm, Sat., July 16, 10:30 a.m.
This annual event is held in memory of Tom Burr, the late naturalist, photographer, and friend of the Celery Farm. This year we are teaming with Lee Memorial Library and inviting local families.
Join Deedee Burnside, Fred Weber, Jim W. and other Fyke members for a 60-minute stroll. Meet at the end of Green Way at 10:30 a.m. Free and open to all. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Dress for bright sun. Bring water and sunscreen. Rain date: Saturday, July 23, 10:30 a.m. To register, email Jim at [email protected]. Limit: 24 participants. We will schedule another walk if the demand is strong.
Moth Night at the Fell House.
Saturday, July 23 is Moth Night, and Fyke and Lee Memorial Library are kicking off National Moth Week. Elena Tartaglia, a biology professor at Bergen Community college and a National Moth Week founder, will do a short talk at 7:45 p.m. and supply the moth lights. We will also show "Mothra Vs. Godzilla" outside and serve s'mores. Bring your own non-aerosol mosquito spray and water. Ends at 10 p.m. To register, email Jim Wright at [email protected].
A Friday afternoon Zoom talk about raising Monarch butterflies. Free and open to all. Stay tuned on how to register.
Butterfly Summer is brought to you thanks to a generous grant from the Winifred M. and George P. Pitkin Foundation.