alexa The Butterfly Society of Virginia

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The Butterfly Society of Virginia

Butterfly Society of Virginia is main purpose is study and learn more about butterflies and moths.  Increase the general realisation of the survival problems of butterflies and moths through publicity, programs and activities for both adults and children. Promote butterfly and moth conservation, including conservation of habitat and host and nectar gardens.  Inspire the planting of butterfly and moth host and nectar plants in home and public gardens.  Sustenance the butterfly gardens and programs of the Norfolk Botanical Garden, the Virginia Zoological Park, and other appropriate organizations throughout the State. Karen McCurdy is the president of Butterfly Society of Virginia. The Society became more fully digitized in Fall 2011 Yearly butterfly events and plant sales continue to be in planning such as the early spring sale at the Francis Land House.

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