Mission:

The Michigan Butterfly Network seeks to assess the changing population status of our state’s butterfly species, evaluate the quality of Michigan ecosystems, and engage the Michigan public in significant citizen science research.


Log Your Hours! 
Volunteer hours are important! In an effort to keep tally of how many volunteer hours are donated to the Michigan Butterfly Network, please log into Volgistics.
You can log into our volunteer management system here. You will be able to change your profile and post service hours. 
Enter Your Data! 

Enter the Butterfly Network database here. You can use this site to enter the data you collected on your run.  

Contact

General Inquiry

Michigan Butterfly Network Director
Ashley Anne Wick
Biological Research Director, Kalamazoo Nature Center
awick@naturecenter.org
(269) 381-1574 x12

Jennifer Tagett
Butterfly Network Coordinator, Kalamazoo Nature Center
jtagett@naturecenter.org

Ronda Spink
Butterfly Network Coordinator, Kalamazoo Nature Center
butterflynetwork@naturecenter.org

Latest news from the Michigan Butterfly Network

The Moth Night Event Scheduled for Saturday, July 25 has been cancelled.

NPR Butterfly Interview
Kalamazoo Nature Center's Biological Research Director, Ashley Wick, was recently interviewed about butterflies and the Michigan Butterfly Network. Head over to the forum to listen! 
Kalamazoo Nature Center

Thanks To Our Partners 

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