Thorough website devoted to the study and enjoyment of American butterflies; currently showing over 80,000 photographs of over 3100 species. BOA is a comprehensive online resource that includes information on taxonomy and identification, distribution and habitat, life history and bibliography for all butterfly taxa in America, including species, subspecies and undescribed geographic variants from Alaska and arctic Canada through Panama, Hawaii, and almost all Caribbean Islands.
Nigel Venters and Butterfly Boutique offer learning opportunities to interest anyone who breeds or just enjoys butterflies from all over the world. Nigel's breeding classes bring over 55 years of breeding expertise to share best practices.
Nature photographer Nicky Davis shares thousands of breathtaking up-close
photos which include adults, habitat, and life history photos of the butterflies
of Utah and beyond.
The Butterflies of the World Foundation
The Butterflies of the World Foundation (BOTWF) is dedicated to improving public awareness of the conservation of butterflies and butterfly habitat and enhancing public enjoyment of butterflies through educational programs and presentations using world-class photography.
Have you ever found an injured butterfly or caterpillar and wanted to help it but didn’t know how? Butterfly Rescue International to the rescue! The Butterfly WebSite & butterfly expert Rick Mikula have compiled this group of butterfly experts from around the world who appreciate your love for butterflies and are here to help you help them.
Obsession with Butterflies was created as a means of spreading an awareness of butterflies and the need to preserve their natural habitats. By providing information on Butterfly Life Cycles and Butterfly Gardening, we hope to interest and educate others about these enchanting creatures. Please visit their blog and shop!
Butterflies make essential contributions to the earth’s eco system; they sustain biodiversity. Butterflies are pollinators. As they feed, the adults visit from flower to flower of the same species in search of nectar. These seemingly delicate insects have long been of interest to entomologists, biologists, and lepidopterists.