Except for the Monarch, which is rare in thes parts of the NW, these butterflies can be seen in northern Oregon.

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Monarch (rare)

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Woodland Skipper

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Mylitta Crescent

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Red Admirable

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Painted Lady

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Zerene Fritillary

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Clodius Parnassian

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Western Tiger Swallowtail

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Pale Swallowtail

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Cabbage White Butterfly

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Anise Swallowtail

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Common Wood Nymph

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California Tortoiseshell

Orange Sulphur

Creating a Butterfly Garden in northern Oregon will increase the odds of seeing them. To understand what a habitat requires, check out my free online course.

Here are some general host plants for the area.

Stinging Nettle for Red Admirable, Satyr Anglewing, Milbert's Tortoiseshell

Mallow/Hollyhock for Gray Hairstreak, West Coast Lady, Painted Lady

Thistle for Painted Lady, Mylitta Crescent

White Clover for Clouded Sulphur

Cabbage/Broccoli/Kale for Cabbage White

Lupine for Boisdval's Blue

Violets for Zerene Fritillary, Great Spangled Fritillary, Hydaspe Fritillary, Western        Meadow Fritillary and Pacific Fritillary

Pearly Everlasting for Painted Lady

"Wild Lilac"/Ceanothus, Buckbrush for California Tortoiseshell

Ocean Spray for Spring Azure, Brown Elfin, Lorquin's Admiral, Pale Swallowtail

Pacific Rhododendron for Gray Hairstreak, Brown Elfin

Bleeding Heart for Clodius Parnassian

Vetch for Orange Sulphur

Parsley, Dill, Fennel, Queen Anne's Lace for Anise Swallowtail

Willows for Green Comma, Mourning Cloak, Western Tiger Swallowtail, Lorquin's       Admiral

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