The Butterfly Society of Virginia

    Atlas of Rare Virginia Insects

    Upcoming Events

     Field Trips

    Butterfly and Related Links

    Butterfly Gardens in VA & NC

    List of Butterflies and Host Plants

    Gardening Tips for Tidewater VA

    Reference Books

    How to Raise Caterpillars

    Growing Milkweeds

    How to Raise Variegated Fritillaries

History        Membership (Welcome!)    

Volunteers Needed    Society Merchandise  

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Purposes:

                Education - Study and learn more about butterflies and moths.  Raise the general consciousness of the survival problems of butterflies and moths through publicity, programs and activities for both adults and children.

                Conservation   - Promote butterfly and moth conservation, including conservation of habitat and host and nectar gardens. 

               Gardening - Encourage the planting of butterfly and moth host and nectar plants in home and public gardens. 

               Volunteering  - Support the butterfly gardens and programs of the Norfolk Botanical Garden, the Virginia Zoological Park, and other appropriate organizations throughout the State.

The Butterfly Society of Virginia,   Inc.

Officers and Board

President Robert Kielbowicz
Vice President Karen & Steve McCurdy
Secretary Patricia Quinn
Treasurer Karon P. Hardy
Directors (1 year)

Ruth Burch

Maurice Cullen

Directors (2 years)

Sandi Flora

Paul Ottel

Lauren Tafoya

E-mail newsletter/bulletin Melissa Sheffield
Circulation Chairperson Marie Thierjung
Field Trip Coordinators  
Historian Jean Ford
Membership Chairperson Sue Barton Harris
Publicity Manager Danae Rodriguez
Refreshment Chairperson Paul Oettel
Educational Coordinator  
Volunteer Coordinator Sue Barton Harris
Social Media/Website Manager Karon P. Hardy
Technology Intern John Kielbowicz
The Butterfly Society of Virginia, a tax exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.  Your donation will help us continue our efforts to raise the general consciousness of our members and the public regarding the survival problems of butterflies and moths through publicity, programs and activities for both adults and children.  It will also help us to promote butterfly and moth conservation, including conservation of butterfly habitats.

Contact the Web Team     Last updated: September 8, 2014