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Winter showers will bring May flowers….and butterflies!

by Brittney Gonzalez, ENC Communications Intern Super blooms have been happening, as well as the emergence of butterflies. Painted Lady Butterflies for example, were causing quite a spectacle, as they flew north through Southern California from Southern Deserts. While we’re on the topic of butterflies, Orange County’s only Butterfly House will re-open at the Spring…

ENC’s 2019 Youth Art Showcase features “Diversity” Theme

by Brittney Gonzalez, ENC Communications Intern Did you know, manipulating a paintbrush helps children develop their fine motor skills and emotional development? Since art is an individual creation, it helps boosts your children’s self-confidence too! Young people ages 4 – 18 will have the opportunity to exhibit their art at the Environmental Nature Center’s Spring…

Painted Ladies

by Brittney Gonzalez, ENC Communications Intern Have you seen butterflies flitting around lately?   Butterflies known as “Painted Ladies”, are currently migrating north from Mexico where they have been recently spotted all over Riverside, Orange, and Los Angeles counties. This year’s rain has really propelled the population increase, because there are more host plants for…

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