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Butterflies swarm Chattahoochee Nature Center
by Jonathan Copsey
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Zi Yan Huang holds her hand out to catch a butterfly.
July 18, 2012
ROSWELL, Ga. — The annual Flying Colors butterfly festival at the Chattahoochee Nature Center July 14 and 15 saw thousands of families enjoy the world of butterflies.
Susan Wernsman holds up a butterfly on her finger.
Hundreds upon hundreds of butterflies were released at several gatherings throughout the weekend to allow children to interact with the insects' natural environment.
A butterfly farm was included this year. An enclosed 20-by-20 tent, it was filled with dozens of plants the flying insects love, so visitors could experience butterflies up close and personally.
Ian Ritland holds up the butterfly he caught.
Face painting, costume contests and crafts rounded out this year's event.
Ivy Yera has her face painted to go along with her wings at the annual Butterfly fest.
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