North American Butterfly Association The North American Butterfly Association (NABA) is, by far, the largest group of people in North America (Canada, United States, and Mexico) interested in butterflies. They are a membership-based not-for-profit organization working to increase public enjoyment and conservation of butterflies.
The Lepidopterist`s Society A international society devoted to the study and appreciation of the insect order Lepidoptera--the moths and butterflies. Both amateur and professional entomologists are invited to utilize this site and to join the Society.
The Campaign For the Restoration Of The Miami Blue Butterfly The Miami Blue used to be quite widespread in Southern Florida but the destruction of its habitat has led it to the very brink of extinction. This campaign exists to help raise awareness of the plight of this tiny animal and to encourage the restoration of the butterfly and its habitat so that the butterfly can regain its former abundance
Lepidoptera.Net: Dave Morgan's site on Georgia Butterflies and Georgia Lepidoptera
Washington Area Butterfly Club Butterfly club serving Northern Virginia, District of Columbia and Maryland
The Mulberry Wing Field notes of the New York City and North New Jersey Butterfly Clubs and More
Ark Valley Butterfly Club ...A group of people interested in the natural history and conservation of the "FLYING FLOWERS" of south central Kansas had a butterfly club going for a few years. The club fizzled out in 2003, but the interest still lingers on. The newsletter archives of the club and relevant links may be found in these web pages.
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