Love for pretty butterflies

My love for butterflies can be seen everywhere. From my bedroom wallpaper to my display picture, you will be able to see my fascination for these cute pretty little flies. And my joy knew no bounds when I learned about the Butterfly Pavilion opening up in the Natural History Museum. I went in on a Saturday and stood in the queue. They allow a limited number of visitors inside the pavilion, to ensure social distancing. I saw a number of butterflies, fluttering their pretty wings and sitting inside the flowers. I even saw them opening their mouthparts to extract nectar. The next part was the spot where we can see the butterfly evolve from a larva stage. I saw the caterpillars feeding on some leaves. The museum has around 30 species, including their famous native one- mourning cloak species and the buckeye species. It was a fun day, and for the $6 entry fee, I couldn’t have asked for more.

Comments / 0

Published by

Hi, I like to guide you through my stories and adventures around the city. Being an avid environmentalist and a fitness blogger, I like to travel and look for experiences in that space.

Los Angeles County, CA

More from Nature Diva

Comments / 0