Alabama Butterfly Atlas

Hundreds of Alabamians have come together to create this initial offering of the Alabama Butterfly Atlas. The following acknowledgements recognize their work to create a foundation for the continuing study of our state's butterflies.

 

ABA Committee 

Committee members are volunteers who work to design, develop, fund, and oversee the ABA.

Data Collection

The ABA's flight charts, county maps, sightings bar graphs, and abundance calendars are derived from data submitted by volunteers.

ABA Photographers 

These talented photographers have contributed their work to make the ABA come alive!

  • Carolyn Alexander
  • Tom Allen
  • Tom Austin
  • Joyce Balch
  • Wayne Barger  
  • Ashley Fendley Bosarge
  • Sara Bright 
  • Tommy Bright 
  • Richard Carroll
  • Geni Certain
  • Lysanders Chamberlan  
  • Vitaly Charny  
  • Karen Chiasson
  • Diane Howell Coffee
  • Helen Czech 
  • Emory Cunningham
  • Jessica Daze
  • Alvin Diamond
  • David Dodd  
  • Jim Egber
  • Jim Flynnt  
  • MaryAnn Friedman
  • John Friel
  • Ben Garmon
  • Jeff Garner
  • Jerry Green
  • Susan K. Hagen
  • Curtis Hallman 
  • Jane Hartline
  • Howard Horne
  • W. Mike Howell
  • Matt Hunter 
  • Bart Jones 
  • Brian Keener
  • Judy Kent 
  • Mary Jane Krotzer
  • Steve Krotzer 
  • Carol Lovell-Saas
  • Michelle Miklik 
  • Duane A. Miller 
  • Kim Miller
  • John Morgan 
  • Berry Nall
  • Janice Neitzel 
  • Paul Oak 
  • Mike O’Brien
  • Paulette Haywood Ogard
  • Berry Nall 
  • Dave Patton  
  • SuzAnne Jensen Pendley
  • Debbie Pezzillo
  • Eric Powell
  • Lisa M. Reid
  • Rick Remy
  • Patsy Russo
  • Holly Salvato
  • Lewis Scharpf
  • M. Thomas
  • Dolan Trout
  • W. Underwood
  • Rita Venable
  • Alan Weakley
  • Betty Wetherbee
  • Kimberly James Whiddon
  • Liam Wolff
  • Boris Yampolsky

Financial Contributors

The ABA is funded soley through donations.  Each contribution and each contributor is important to the project.  Thank you for your generosity! Our financial contributors include:

  • more than 40 individuals across the state;
  • neighborhood garden clubs;
  • Alabama Master Gardeners county associations;
  • Legacy: Partners in Environmental Education;
  • The Solon and Martha Dixon Foundation.

Additional Thanks

In every large project, there are people whose contributions were invaluable.  We appreciate each of you!