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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 2012, 8:29 A.M.

Local butterflies detailed in free program tonight

Two butterflies -- zerene fritillaries -- pose in August along the road near the Mount Spokane State Park's downhill ski area. Copyright John Baumann (John Baumann)
Two butterflies -- zerene fritillaries -- pose in August along the road near the Mount Spokane State Park's downhill ski area. Copyright John Baumann (John Baumann)

WILDLIFE WATCHING -- Spokane butterfly expert John Baumann will present a free program about butterflies of the Inland Northwest on Wednesday sponsored by the Spokane Audubon Society.

The rogram is set for 7 p.m. at Riverview Community Building, 2117 E. North Crescent Ave., off Upriver Drive.

Continue reading for detailed directions.

Riverview Community Building
2117 E. North Crescent Avenue

From Division Street go about 12 blocks East on Mission Ave. Just before the bridge over the Spokane River (by Avista), turn left (East) on Upriver Drive. Go 3 long blocks and turn left (North) on Crestline Street. Go one block. Turn right onto E. North Crescent Ave. Proceed a short way and take a left into the second of the driveways to the Community Building. The Community Building is straight ahead at the end. There are about 15 spaces to the left of the building and about 8 to the right. If these are full, you may have to park on E. North Crescent Ave.

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For more information, contact Spokane Audubon voice mail at (509) 838-5828

 



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Rich Landers
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