Regal Fritillary Habitat at Fort Indiantown Gap
You have probably heard of our famous “butterfly”…now is your chance to see it up close and personal. The public is invited to tour Regal Fritillary habitat in an area normally closed to the public and learn how we balance the conservation efforts for this species of concern with military training.
2015 Tour Dates
Dates to be announced
Tours start at 10 AM, attendees should arrive a half hour early to attend a required safety briefing and fill out the necessary paperwork to participate.
Attendees should meet at the Fort Indiantown Recreation Center Bldg. 13-190 (intersection of Asher Miner Road, Clement Avenue and Route 443 - GPS coordinates in decimal degrees: North 40.431, West 76.591)
Click here for Participant Instructions for the Butterfly Tours.
Stay tuned for information about 2015 public tours of the Regal Fritillary butterfly habitat at Fort Indiantown Gap!