Bill Howell’s love of butterflies and other small invertebrates has been passed on to many from his decades of teaching students of biology and related sciences in local universities, community colleges, and high schools. In 1985 he became the lead instructor for the Canyoneers of the San Diego Natural History Museum and since 1995 also head trainer for the Trail Guides of Mission Trails Regional Park. Bill was past president of the Monarch Program in Encinitas, California, a research and educational organization involved with tagging and counting overwintering monarchs along the California coast. He has also led eco-tourism visits to the migrating monarch’s magical clustering sites in the mountains of central Mexico. Bill is often asked to give talks and share his knowledge and passion for these frequent fliers and related topics to interested groups. As an award-winning photographer, Bill’s images have captured the essence of these enchanting creatures and hopes to encourage members of new generations to become certified butterfly fanatics.
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