Butterflies of Cape Cod reopened for the season on June 1 so I headed down to see their new habitat. I inquired if they ever sold any of the jewelry I dropped off last fall and I was pleased to receive a check from the sales!
Their new habitat is really nice.
Can't remember the name of these moths, but they only live a week because they don't have a mouth! The caterpillars are able to eat but once they emerge as moths, they starve! Poor things.
More getting ready to hatch. This features only regional butterflies and ones that can live in our climate.
Around the grounds.
Then I walked up to the old Bournedale Schoolhouse and the smaller building next door.
Reflection of the schoolhouse in the window.
Bournedale Schoolhouse, 1897.
No idea what it's used for now, but it looks like a preservation group is looking for donations to upgrade the place.