Dutch butterfly news

This video is called Clouded Yellow Butterflies, Colias croceus.

Translated from the Dutch Vlinderstichting entomologists:

Thursday, August 15, 2013

During the first half of August, there were lots of migratory butterflies. Still, one can see clouded yellow butterflies and silver Y moths in many places. Hummingbird hawk-moths, red admiral butterflies and painted ladies, also migratory, are less numerous.

Dutch butterfly slideshow: here.

More Dutch butterfly news: here.

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