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You’re sooo lucky to have butterflies! I live in Upstate NY – real upstate, not near NYC, and no one I know has seen any butterflies this year except the little white ones. I saw one magnificent blue one the beginning of summer, but that’s it. Also fewer dragonflies – I have a pond and usually there’s lots of them too, but this year not many at all. So thanks for letting me know they’re still around! Great pics! (Loved the horse and you closeup last post too!)
There are many butterflies where I live. I have been surprised how many people have said the same thing you have about not seeing many if any butterflies