Welcome to the exhibition of butterfly-watching pictures. Let’s appreciate the beauty of nature and cherish our planet.
Venue and time
Anita Purves Nature Center,
Crystal Lake Park, Champaign, IL, USA
Displayed in the classroom as a regular exhibit
A total of 16 butterfly pictures.
The names of the pictures
The purple butterfly family overwintering in Taiwan
(one of the two migratory butterfly specifies worldwide, in addition to monarchs in the American Continent)
Milkweed butterflies flying freely
Papilio dancing in the ocean waves
The largest butterfly in Taiwan: Magellan birdwing
(noted as the luminous pearl, the third largest species wordwide)
Butterflies that like to drink water
Butterflies unlike butterflies
Butterflies that prefer rotten fruit to nectar
Uncle Niu’s butterfly garden restoring golden birdwings
Exhibited in the venue, Life Science Library, Academia Sinica, are not only the butterfly pictures, but also butterfly eco-cards, specimens, nectar plants, interactive wall, animation videos, and ecological book display.
Academia Sinica is like a botanical garden, where you can enjoy taking a walk and visiting other galleries and the old residence of Dr. Hu Shi, the former Sinica President.
Enjoy watching and walking around the exhibit venue.
A word from the creator
We are also excited to let you know that we host family workshops on butterfly ecology for curious people beyond 8 years old to learn about the butterfly world and discover how we can regenerate ecosystems together.
We’ll host a virtual program on special butterflies in North America in May.
***Volunteer with us!***
Since 2017, we’ve used the butterfly pictures to host many butterfly workshops in elementary schools, libraries, and community centers to promote eco-conservation and human-wildlife co-existence.
Join our eco-edutaining workshops on butterfly ecology. We’ll provide new volunteers with individual orientations to interact actively and positively with children as well as adults using our game-driven learning materials.
As a volunteer, you will learn about the butterfly world, eco-friendly gardening, and interpersonal skills, and we appreciate your participation as an invaluable part of
preserving natural and cultural resources for generations to come.
To be a volunteer sharing your passion with others, please send an e-mail to:
Your donation will make it possible for our good intention to print the butterfly pictures as educational instruments in our family workshops and as art exhibits in schools and libraries to inspire children as well as adults to understand the ecology of butterflies, which are placed biologically at the bottom of the nature’s food chain in the larval stage, providing food for other creatues like bees, mantis, lizards, and birds, for a bio-diverse eco-system.
Less than 5% of the larvae can grow up to their full life cycles. If they survive after eclosion, butterflies become delightful pollinators in gardens.
We appreciate your generosity and cordially invite you to the exhibits of our butterfly pictures at:
The exhibited butterfly pictures are illustrations from our ecology picture book
created by YunTech team