A Hydaspe Fritillary flies from daisy to daisy in the North Cascades. Butterfly populations in the North Cascades are being monitored because they are indicators of climate change.
A Hydaspe Fritillary flies from daisy to daisy in the North Cascades. Butterfly populations in the North Cascades are being monitored because they are indicators of climate change. Staff The Bellingham Herald
A Hydaspe Fritillary flies from daisy to daisy in the North Cascades. Butterfly populations in the North Cascades are being monitored because they are indicators of climate change. Staff The Bellingham Herald

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