Friday, February 9, 2018

Gainesville, Natural Museum of History, Butterfly Exhibit, FL

We have been on several walks through many state and county parks these past few weeks and I could put pics of these places up, which I love, but it is the same old wonderful stuff.  Beautiful marshes, hammocks, alligators, wetland birds....

A couple of weeks ago we went into Gainesville to check out the butterfly pavilion at the Natural Museum of History.  I thought I would share my favorite pictures on this post.  They may not have been in the wild but I sure had fun taking pics:

tree nymph


leopard lacewing

common buckeye

great orange tip

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Malheur NWR, Burns, OR

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