Look for this common flying flower in your backyard. If you grow flowers, chances are you've seen this American flier.
Find some great resources for great butterfly watching hot spots in your area.
Moths and butterflies look like similar creatures, but don't let them fool you. Moths, like the luna moth at right, outnumber butterflies by more than 10 to one, and the two groups can really be confusing. However, you can learn a few simple tricks to help tell them apart.
Tom Allen shares his "Top 5" skippers to look for this season. Try to spot one in your garden.
Want to attract butterflies this spring? Plant these gorgeous flowers and you'll be on your way to watching butterflies dart around your garden!
Find out which plants will ensure you get a hefty batch of butterflies in your yard.
Learn how making a rain garden could benefit the growing of monarch butterflies. Also, get information on common types of milkweed, a monarch's host plant.
Containers of nectar-rich blooms attract butterflies even to small gardens.