Two Zaboulon Skippers at Black Oak Heritage Park in Windsor

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Dwayne Murphy

May 14, 2024, 5:48:02 PMMay 14
Hi Y'all,

I photographed a female Zaboulon Skipper at Black Oak in Windsor this afternoon.
I has walked 800m - 1km from the spot that I saw the female and I believe I photographed a male version of this species.

I will look this species up on I-Naturalist to see if others are migrating up through Ohio and Michigan. 

Good butterfly watching,
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Dwayne Murphy
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rick cavasin

May 14, 2024, 7:38:34 PMMay 14
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They've been reported in the area fairly consistently for a couple of years now. This suggests there's a local population established, but I guess it's hard to prove one way or the other.

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