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Butterfly

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Butterfly

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The lemon-yellow coreopsis lights up against the deep violet of the buddleia, and the orange butterfly weed glows in front of the blue mist spirea.
Butterfly gardens are an easy way to see more of the winged wonders and to contribute towards their conservation, since so many natural butterfly habitats have been lost to urbanization.
From what I've learned so far, Rick Mikula of Hole-In-Hand Farm, Hazelton, PA, has been the pioneer in butterfly farming.
Most butterfly houses are part of a larger facility - such as a zoo, museum, or park - that charges a general admission fee.
In the past, butterfly collectors capture their specimens and showed them in glass display cases.
of having the loveliness of, say, the male-crow butterfly
The Day Butterfly Center -honoring the founder of Days Inns, the late Cecil B.
Local butterfly lover and seasoned Monarch Butterfly tagger Monika Maeckle will present a slideshow and discussion of the storied butterflies, who have captured the imaginations of nature lovers for millennia.
Sir David Attenborough launches the Big Butterfly Count 2015
The tournament begins with 2015 Butterfly Canadian Junior Table Tennis Championships competition on August 25th and continues through August 27th.
Petunias, sunflowers, zinnias, and other large, flat-headed flowers are butterfly favorites.