Category Archives: Butterfly Release

Phuket Butterflies to Take Wings in the Wild

Two-thousand butterflies will be released into the wild on November 26 as part of the fifth annual Butterfly Release Charity event put on by Phuket Butterfly Garden and Insect World. The free-admission event will be held from 9am to 2pm … Continue reading

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A Lasting Image

Louise Hicks breathes new life into the memory of her daughter, Robbi Jeanine Wylie-Hicks, through a butterfly painting. In October 2002, Robbi, a graduate of McEachern High School and Kennesaw State University, was diagnosed with breast cancer. Following chemotherapy and … Continue reading

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Green Tip of the Week: Minimize the Butterfly Effect

Butterflies are proven crowd pleasers. Released at weddings, overused in metaphors and stamped on backs, these tiny creatures are as fragile as they look. Butterfly wings are covered with teeny tiny scales that overlap like roof shingles, which help to … Continue reading

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Butterflies: Messengers from the Spirit World?

To the superstitious, butterflies and dragonflies carry messages from the spirit world. They could even be the spirit of a dear departed who have taken the form of a winged insect to re-visit the world of the living. Jane Guttierez, … Continue reading

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Fly Away Home

The students gathered eagerly around their teachers’ closed cupped hands and leaned forward to get a glimpse of what they held. “Can I hold them?” one student asked. Instead, a small group of teachers opened their hands and released orange, … Continue reading

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Butterfly Themed Weddings

Butterflies are looked upon as beautiful and delicate creatures by all. This is due to their fragile bodies and colourful wings. Using butterflies as a theme during weddings have become very common these days. Right from the wedding invitation to … Continue reading

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