During butterfly season (April through November) butterfly sightings will be reported so visitors will know what to look for in our beautiful butterfly garden. Also, watch for our Butterfly Walk Events throughout the summer: bring the family to learn about native plants, caterpillars and butterflies from our garden docents.
Guides to butterflies that may be found during the following months and where to look for them:
Red-banded Hairstreak by Laurie Sheppard
American Lady by Laurie Sheppard
Eastern Tiger Swallowtail
by Laurie Sheppard
Reakirt's Blue By Laurie Sheppard
Would you like to share your knowledge of butterflies and native plants with children? Email the email@example.com to learn how to become a Garden Docent!
Thank you, Laurie Sheppard, for the photos below. Click on each thumbnail to enlarge.
White Lined Sphinx Caterpillar
American Bumble Bee
Gulf Fritillary Caterpillar
By Dale Clark
Mexican Yellow Possible
Question Mark Butterfly by Laurie Sheppard
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The refuge is open from sunrise to sunset every day of the year, drive on any road unless gated.
Admission to the refuge, parking and most events/activities are funded by donations and powered by volunteers.
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Special thanks to Nancy Miller for the amazing photo of the Visitor Center