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Data collected by volunteers is important to help us learn more about butterflies in New Hampshire
Butterfly count volunteer with net in field. Photo by Brett Thelen.

Welcome to NH Butterfly Monitoring Network

The NH Butterfly Monitoring Network is a collaborative effort to engage volunteers in counting and identifying butterflies across New Hampshire. Data collected by volunteers can contribute to our understanding of long-term trends in butterfly populations and inform conservation actions for both common and declining species.

Gray Hairstreak. Photo by George DeWolf.
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Get to know more about New Hampshire's butterflies and how to identify them.


Great Spangled Fritillaries. Photo by Amy Highstrom.
Find a Count

Join a local count circle to help collect valuable data on New Hampshire's butterflies.

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Red Spotted Purple. Photo by George DeWolf.

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A six-part online training series hosted by the NH Butterfly Monitoring Network will provide information on butterflies in New Hampshire, butterfly bi... Learn More
July was a busy month for butterfly enthusiasts in New Hampshire, with over 130 participants gathering for day-long butterfly monitoring surveys organ... Learn More