- Establishing widliflower gardens
- Planting littoral shelves
- Maintaining a honeybee program
United States Golf Association - USGA GCSAA
The TwinEagles Club is a and member. A few of their environmental initiatives include:
Watch this here, or find it on your TV on PBS￼￼
Ask not what you can do for the Butterfly, but what the Butterfly can do for you! You won’t believe it.
Don’t worry, our Audubon International Monarchs in the Rough program won’t cause TE to be taken over by the these butterflies! Southwest Florida is considered a “questionable migration route” with a small resident population.
(Watch this video for the great British accent if for no other reason)
If you thought it a bit chilly this morning you’re not alone. This Monarch caterpillar is taking full advantage of God’s solar heat plan and basking in its rays!
Hatched a few hours ago, it’s tough to dry your wings and fly on a rainy day.
Just waiting for this monarch to hatch!￼
The Word is getting out on Eagle, stay tuned!
I should be posting pictures of the different butterflies you’re likely to encounter around TwinEagles if you look for them but I had to share this photo first. It shows the miracle of life in various stages. If you look closely you can see eggs, eggs with caterpillars just beginning to emerge, empty eggs shells and newly hatched caterpillars on their way to feed. Blows me away!
BREAKING NEWS - A NEW CROP OF POLYDAMUS CATERPILLARS EMERGE!!!