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Shoppers were joined by butterflies today at Pearlridge Center. All part of a summer exhibit called ‘Flutter: A Green Experience.’
There’s a butterfly pavilion along with educational workshops.
A butterfly farmer hopes that the exhibit will teach people how they can help the local butterfly population.
“Well basically what we’re trying to do is get people to grow crown flower, because crown flower is the monarch butterfly’s only resource,” said Dancetta Feary.
“I just wanted to look at the butterflies and see them and one was actually on my leg and on my head and I was super happy,” said an excited Alexa Green.
You can check out the display through July 14, 2013