The Most Interesting Butterflies Of The North Carolina
With about 175 butterfly species that either breed or migrate in North Carolina, this place never disappoints you especially if you are a macro photographer, or researching about odonates, especially butterflies. The many species of butterflies in North Carolina include the Gossamer-wings, skippers, the papilionoidea, the goatweed leafwing, tawny emperor, the viceroy etc. The Eastern Tiger Swallowtail is considered to be the most famous butterfly of North Carolina. But among all the other species the below mentioned butterflies are mostly seen. If you are participating in the 100 mile challenge or camping across North Carolina, you will be able to see these natural wonders everywhere.
Small winged wonders of North Carolina, the butterflies will please anyone who can appreciate beauty. As they feed on diverse flowers in the state parks mostly, any hindrance on the natural ecosystem will be fatal for them.
White, Orangetips And Sulphurs
They belong to the Pierdae family and they are found in warm weather conditions. Few others from this species are as follows:
“Me and my family goes to Mountain Park around 3-4 times a year we do not live far from it is beautiful nice hiking trails The Falls is nice and now they also have camping so we recommend for everyone to try”
“We love this campground. It is a state park campground. Pets are allowed, alcohol is not. The river runs right by the campground and is a beautiful place to photograph plant and animal life..”
“Great hiking opportunities with primitive campsites. The waterfall hike is pretty. Good picnic area as well, Make sure you avoid Saturday’s in the Fall as it can get crowded on the trail…”