Range Tracking

Cloudless Sulphur Sightings

A collection of Cloudless Sulphur sightings in the Audubon House pollinator garden at the Oslo Riverfront Conservation Area. The entire life cycle of this butterfly is taking place in and around the garden with different individuals in different life stages to be found. For starters, here are examples of the adult Cloudless Sulphur attracted to the nectar of their favorite plants in the garden.

The erratic flight of Phoebis sennae is thought to be a protection from predators, especially birds.

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