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.
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Inside the Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center
by Grady Visual Journalist, Grady Newsource May 4, 2016