A blue morpho butterfly has just emerged from its cocoon at the Day Butterfly Center at Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. The center incubates and releases hundreds of tropical butterflies like this one each week. (Photo/Adrienne Andrews, adrienneandrews3@gmail.com)
A blue morpho butterfly has just emerged from its cocoon at the Day Butterfly Center at Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. The center incubates and releases hundreds of tropical butterflies like this one each week. (Photo/Adrienne Andrews, adrienneandrews3@gmail.com)

 

The Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center sees thousands of guests every week. These guests experience the life cycle of live butterflies in a variety of media, from pictures, films and live interactions with chrysalises and butterflies themselves within the conservatory area.

By Adrienne Andews

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