06/18-20 The Wide World of Butterflies & Diurnal Moths

06/18-20 The Wide World of Butterflies & Diurnal Moths

Instructor: Dana Ross
Date: June 18th-20th, 8:30AM-5PM
Location: SFI/Ashland, OR
Tuition: $195.00

*end time may vary slightly, please plan accordingly


Get a hands-on introduction to the butterflies and diurnal moths of the Siskiyous & Southern Oregon Cascades. We’ll begin day one in the classroom – learning what butterflies and moths do, where/when to find them, and viewing reference collection specimens on display. We’ll then spend the afternoon in the field with nets as we observe, catch and learn more about the species we encounter. Days two (Illinois Valley) & three (Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument) will take place entirely in the field, where you’ll get plenty of hands-on practice netting and identifying a diversity of local species.


Moderate (1-3 miles of hiking per day and/or climbs of up to 500 ft)


Ages 12+ are welcome.