June 2002 Sightings in the Windsor Area
Monday, June 24: The first chigger bites of the summer were reported today. Although large numbers of mosquito larvae were present in May the dry weather in June has resulted in few mosquitoes on park trails.
Wednesday, June 5: Jill Armstrong called the nature centre to say that two White Pelicans were seen yesterday along the Lake St. Clair shoreline at Lighthouse Cove. They have been present since June 2.
Tuesday, June 4: Cool, wet weather in May delayed the emergence of many insects but more butterflies are finally starting to fly. Small numbers of Orange and Common Sulphurs, Eastern Tailed Blues, Pearl Crescents, Black & Eastern Tiger Swallowtails, Wild Indigo & Juvenal's Dusky Wing Skippers, Question Marks and Mourning Cloaks were seen last week by Fred Urie. The first Monarch and Giant Swallowtail were reported on June 1.
Information last updated: 5 July 2002
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