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Youngsters assess a portable butterfly garden, complete with the monarch's habitat of choice: milkweed.
Youngsters assess a portable butterfly garden, complete with the monarch’s habitat of choice: milkweed.
A child's-eye view of the circle of life
A child’s-eye view of the circle of life
Fall colors distinguish this migratory miracle.
Fall colors distinguish this migratory miracle.
Taking flight on the CLC patio
Taking flight on the CLC patio

Toddlers at the Dunham Children’s Learning Center got an up-close look at nature’s breathtaking beauty Tuesday, as assistant group leader Michelle M. Cowher brought in monarch butterflies.
Photos by Joyce B. Shrimp, group leader

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