Alabama Butterfly Atlas

The Alabama Butterfly Atlas has greatly benefitted from the generous financial or in-kind support of the following organizations:


Legacy: Partners in Environmental Education: its mission is to be Alabama’s primary source for science-based, environmental information and education, while cultivating a legacy of environmental stewardship for generations to come;

Samford University is Alabama’s top-ranked private university with nationally ranked academic programs rooted in the university’s Christian mission. Located in suburban Birmingham, it enrolls 5,471 students from 47 states and 29 countries in 10 academic units: arts, arts and sciences, business, divinity, education, health professions, law, nursing, pharmacy and public health;

The Solon and Martha Dixon Foundation seeks to support and promote the cultivation and growth of forests as a natural resource, and to support and promote educational activities which develop and implement systemic forest management information for the production of timber products, and at the same time, promote conservation of such natural resources, and to foster ecological development of co-existence between timber resources and distributions of human, social and cultural patterns. Priority is given to Auburn University's School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, Lyman Ward Military Academy, and government and related agencies, education systems and charitable entities within Covington County, AL;

University of South Florida Water Institute brings together faculty, students and stakeholders to conduct transdisciplinary research, provide innovative educational experiences, and facilitate public outreach efforts that promote science-based solutions to local and global water challenges;

University of West Alabama is a state-supported, coeducational institution of higher learning governed by a Board of Trustees appointed by the Governor. As a regional institution, the University’s foremost commitment is to meet the educational needs of the state, particularly the West Alabama area. Valuing a diverse student enrollment, it also welcomes students from throughout the United States and from other countries. The primary purpose of the University is to provide opportunities for students to pursue a quality education through associate, baccalaureate, master’s, and education specialist degrees in liberal arts, natural sciences and mathematics, pre-professional programs, nursing, technology, business, and education;

University of West Alabama Foundation's primary efforts are to attract, receive, invest, manage and expend gifts and other resources designated for program support of UWA and for service to the West Alabama area;  

Wild South is protecting the South's wild places.  It is the leader in public lands protection in the Southeast. Wild South inspires people to enjoy, value, and protect the amazing wild and natural places that belong to the public.