* June is Perennial Garden Month & National Rivers Month
* Luna moths can be seen at night.
* Garter snakes are seen in yards.
* Viceroy, Fritillary and Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly mating seasons.
* Keep nectar feeders fresh and change sugar solutions every three days as the temperature rises.
* Many summer birds are not frequent feeder visitors but will seek out fresh water to beat the summer heat.
* In new open space, watch for various flycatchers to search for flying insects and water to wash them down.
* Some cavity-dwelling species may attempt to start a second brood, so check your nest boxes to clean out sterile eggs, spiders, wasps or other debris and consider adding fresh cedar shavings.
* As the month progresses, feeders can become busy with visiting parents and fledglings. Look for titmice, woodpecker and chickadee young being fed.
* House Wrens are nesting.
* Canada Geese begin molting.
* Crickets begin their nightly serenade.
* Raccoon young are born.
* Keep your feeders and bird baths clean and your seed fresh.
* Titmice and chickadees will start a second nesting.