Butterflies still exist?, 5 places where you can see them

butterflies are the most beautiful creatures that steal hearts in the insect’s world. many of us in our childhood trying to catch those two wings hopping from one flower to another flower. no matter how hard we tried, they remain exclusive and we never get to see them up. In our gadget world, people are ignoring our motherland and there beautiful full creature. Many people hunt butterflies for their priceless wings
There are more than 17,500 species of butterflies in the world and India is the home of about 1500 species of butterflies. After bees Nature has assigned Butterflies to do their work, they help the population grow.
Here is a list where you can enjoy with this beautiful creature.
1. Butterfly park, Bangalore

India’s first Butterfly Park Bangalore was opened in 2007. The entire park is set up in a 7.5-acre area, with a butterfly trail of about 6 km in length. It is home to more than 20 species of butterfly. The 10,500 sq ft conservatory is covered with polycarbonate roof where butterflies are found. Butterfly Park in Bannerghatta National Park was a major initiative that also proved knowledge of Butterfly species and life cycle Bannerghatta Butterfly Park is the most popular tourist destination of Bangalore. You can also find thirty species of butterflies belonging to five families – papillionoid, Pieridae, nymphalid, lichenide and hicperidin breed in different seasons under captive status and were released into the Orthodox dome. The theatre is also a major attraction in the park and here you can watch a 20-minute film on butterflies and how you can contribute to their conservation.

2. butterfly park, shimla

The second butterfly park of India was opened in Shimla.  Spanning over an area of 10 acres  The state shelters over 300 species of butterflies as per the estimates of the Zoological Survey of India among which 14 species can be spotted in the cold deserts of Lahaul and Spiti district. These species have been conserved in the butterfly park of Shimla which houses a conservatory, a nature park and a museum.

3. Ovalekar Wadi Butterfly Garden, Thane

The park spans over 2 acres and is home to 80 butterfly species.  Along with this, you can take a stroll to the rock garden and alongside the waterfall. you can also choose the park for jogging. Its jogging tracks are state-of-the-art and perfect if you want to get away from the chaos for a while and stay close to nature as well.

4. Butterfly Conservatory, Ponda, Goa

Along with exploring the spice plantations and temples in Ponda, do visit the butterfly conservatory. It covers 4,000 square metres and resembles a tropical forest.  The endemic plants everywhere give a very pleasant feel to the ambience. What’s most fascinating about the park is that this place didn’t have any natural source of water and was barren once. And now, this place is a lush green park and home to more than 133 butterfly species. In fact, you can spot at least 24 species of butterfly any given day.
5. Butterfly Reserve Park, Sikkim

Butterfly Reserve Park is one of the best tourist attraction in Sikkim. Sikkim is the first open-air butterfly park of India located at Rangrang. It encompasses an area of 14 acres. Sikkim is one of the butterfly hotspots of the world and thus the park is rich in terms of diversity of these winged creatures. It hosts butterfly enclosures, interpretation pavilions, landscape parks and research centre. This makes Sikkim a perfect place for butterflies in the world. 

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