"The Norfolk Botanical Garden Bristow Butterfly Garden". The 2-acre Bristow Butterfly Garden provides a habitat to attract and support butterflies and moths during all stages of their life cycle. Within the garden you will find a swallowtail and monarch nursery, nectar garden, moonlight garden and butterfly bush collection.

http://www.norfolkbotanicalgarden.org

"The Virginia Zoo Butterfly Garden"- nature-friendly gardening practices encourage the butterfly garden to flourish without poisoning its guests.

http://www.virginiazoo.org/about-the-zoo/ButterflyGarden.pdf.pdf

"The Butterfly House" - shares basic tips on creating surefire gardens for attracting butterflies.

http://www.butterflyhouse.org

"U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Great Dismal Swamp" - very good site on the Great Dismal Swamp.

http://www.fws.gov/refuge/great_dismal_swamp/

"Monarch Watch - Butterfly Gardening" - a teacher's guide to creating a school garden.

http://www.monarchwatch.org/garden/guide.htm

"The Butterfly Website" This site describes itself as "a complete guide to butterflies".

http://butterflywebsite.com

"University of Kentucky - How to Make a Butterfly Garden" This site provides a basic guide to plants.

http://www.uky.edu/Agriculture/Entomology/entfacts/misc/ef006.htm

"North American Butterfly Association" is an informative site through the North American Butterfly Association. It has many menu choices. What do you call a group of butterflies? Look at the web site for the answer!

http://www.naba.org

"United States Department of Agriculture". Need information on plants? Visit this site for useful information, pictures, or download a plant checklist. Lots of data here.

http://plants.usda.gov

"The Williamsburg Botanlical Garden". Provides a habitat to attract and support butterflies and moths during all stages of their life cycle.

http://www.williamsburgbotanicalgarden.org/wordpress/?page_id=539


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