L.A. Natural History Museum Butterfly Pavilion

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Beginning on Sunday, April 13 at the L.A. Natural History Museum, the Butterfly Pavilion will be opening up again for the 16th straight year. Featuring 30 free-flying species of our colorful airborne friends, the Butterfly Pavilion is definitely worth seeing before it closes up shop on September 1. The majority of the fluttering flyers in the Pavilion will be native to the GoldenState, but there will be 10 species that are arriving from South Florida and Texas for the event. All of the butterflies will fly amongst the nectaring plants within the outdoor exhibit and the Pavilion will have somewhat of a subtropical feel as well. Listen as male Grey Cracker butterflies distinctively crack their wing as they patrol their territory and watch the day-glow green Malachites float through … [Read more...]