We were working in our gardens when a butterfly landed one of the coneflowers. I called Norah over and she was able to study the butterfly for several minutes at eye level as it flew from flower to flower drinking up nectar. I told her to take note of as many characteristics as possible so we would be able to identify it later. Using the internet, we found out that it was an Orange Sulphur Butterfly and Norah made the first entry in her nature notebook.


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