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Butterfly Talk & Tour at Green Cay


Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) feeding on sedum flowers. [Photo by Chris Chow]


What: Butterfly Talk & Tour

When: June 8 at 9:30 a.m.

Where: Green Cay Nature Center

Address: 12800 Hagen Ranch Road, west of Boynton Beach

Who: Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department


Stop by Green Cay for a morning presentation and guided tour. Participants will learn about the world of butterflies in South Florida. 





The Zebra Longwing Butterfly is frequently spotted throughout South Florida. The butterfly can be easily noticed due to incredible black and white stripes that decorate its wings. This insect thrives in a subtropical climate with both shade and warmth. 


The monarch butterfly is a fascinating creature known for its distinctive orange and black patterned wings. Monarch butterflies are famous for their incredible migration journey, often traveling thousands of miles. They also hold cultural significance in many indigenous cultures and are often seen as symbols of transformation, beauty and hope.





For more information on Green Cay Nature Center and other county-operated nature centers, visit pbcnature.com. All programs are by reservation only.


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