Tue Mar 14th

National Learn About Butterflies Day

## Learn more about butterflies day in the United States.

As butterflies begin migrating around the world, butterflies begin migrating across the country on March 14th, National Learn About Butterflies Day encourages us to search for a blot of color. Every year the festival brings with it an awareness of the species of butterflies and their importance to our survival.. Spring and summer are just around the corner, so take a few minutes and learn a little about butterflies and appreciate their beauty...

On our tables, valuable fruits and vegetables are included. Bees, bats, and other pollinators, as well as butterflies, make the difference between valuable fruits and vegetables on our tables. We're also planning for our future as we're planting native flowers and trees. Pollinators such as the monarch butterfly and the honey bee have been in decline. All of the reasons have not been identified. However, increasing the available habitat does help.

Butterflies that depend on flowers and other natural sources for survival, so they need our help to survive. We can help them by planting more flowers.

  • Butterfly species More than 20,000 species of butterflies exist worldwide
  • They can range from 1/2 inch to 11 inches in wingspans
  • Butterflies in their adult stage can live from a week to nearly a year, depending on the species
  • Many butterflies migrate over long distances. The Monarch butterfly from Mexico to the northern United States and southern Canada, a distance of about 2500 to 3000 miles, is one of the most popular migrations. The Monarch butterfly's Monarch butterfly migrates from Mexico to the northern United States and southern Canada are particularly popular migrations

How to celebrate #learnaboutbutterfliesday on butterfliesday.butterfliesdaycom

  • Read up on butterflies or find a good sunny spot to watch them live
  • To provide them with a habitat, plant a wildflower garden.. You won't regret it. All summer long, you'll have butterflies to enjoy. The Million Garden Challenge is a survey conducted in order to learn more about pollinator gardens
  • Spend the day learning more about butterflies and creating an environment that is friendly to them
  • Watch a documentary about butterflies like Wings of Life directed by Louis Schwartzberg and narrated by Meryl Staep.
  • Plants a variety of native flowers and plants
  • Provide a water source. a water source. When you water your plants, too, the butterflies will drink from the damp soil and leaves.
  • Don't clean up dead leaves and trees too early in the spring. t.v. Wait until the temperature hits 50 degrees F. This will allow the species that overwinter in a chrysalis to emerge safely and without fear of frost
  • To post on social media, use #LearnAboutButterfliesDay

Butterflies FAQ

Q. What do butterflies eat?

They drink the sugary sweet nectar from flowering plants, A. However, plant leaves are eaten by their larvae (aka caterpillars).. For example, the monarch butterfly larva, for example, eats milkweed exclusively.

Q. How long do butterflies live?

A. The lifespan of a butterfly varies by species. Some butterflies live only a day, while others live several months.

Are butterflies and moths related? Q. Is it related to butterflies and moths?

Yes, yes. The Lepidoptera order includes butterflies and moths.