Butterflies & Blooms Chicago Botanic Garden • 1000 Lake Cook Road • Glencoe, IL 60022

The 2,800-square-foot mesh butterfly exhibit is located on the Regenstein Learning Campus at the Chicago Botanic Garden.
Timed-entry tickets are available at the stand in front of the enclosure.
A White Peacock from North America feels right at home.
This Postman from South America is not delivering, but picking up.
Here is a rare moment of calm on a hot, sunny day—the perfect motivation for a flurry of activity everywhere.
A Gold-Rim Swallowtail from North America lives up to its name proudly.
A Golden Helicon from South America cannot resist the sweet offerings of these tiny pink blooms.
Two Great Yellow Mormon butterflies from Asia are tangled up in blue.
A sumptuous visual treat, these fruitful disks satisfy the appetites of butterflies from different continents.
A Great Eggfly from Asia gets the message across with an exclamation point, period.
Half of what I say is meaningless, but I say it just to reach you, Julia Longwing from South America.
This close, the wings of a butterfly appear like fine fabric.
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Joseph Bonus


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