[TN-Butterflies]

Folks,

The second Middle Tennessee NABA field trip is on May 30; please check the 
announcement below and note that participation is limited to 20 people.  

Thank you,

Nancy Garden
Secretary
Middle Tennessee Chapter
North American Butterfly Association


Saturday, May 30, 1:00 - 4:00 PM - Sellars Farm State Archaeological Area 
Butterfly/Dragonfly Field Trip. Meet at 1:00 PM at the Sellars Farm parking lot.
Field Trip leaders: Richard Connors & Rita Venable 

This is the site of a fortified prehistoric Native American village of the 
Mississippian Cultural Period occupied from 1000 AD to 1300 AD. It has been 
found to be a good fall butterflying area, yielding 21 species in less than two 
hours. Hopefully, it will prove to be an excellent spring butterfly sight as 
well. It is also a significant dragonfly area.

Parking is available onsite. On site facilities include port-o-johns but no 
drinking water. Please wear comfortable walking shoes. There will be moderate 
walking in old fields and along the river. Binoculars and field guides are 
useful. A walking stick might be handy.

Participation is limited to 20 people, and registration is required by May 27. 
Call or email Richard Connors at 615- 832-0521, Rconnorsphoto@xxxxxxx or Rita 
Venable at 615-503-9631, rita.venable@xxxxxxxxxxxx Please leave your name, 
contact information and the number of people in your party.

DIRECTIONS: From Nashville take I-40 East towards Knoxville. Get off I-40 at 
Exit 239 A, the Hwy 70 East Watertown Exit and merge right off of the Exit 
Ramp. Go approximately 2 miles. Take a left onto Poplar Hill Road.The site and 
parking lot are well marked and approximately 1/2 mile on the left.

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