The event is free, however the general park entry fee still applies. 1 Person: $4.50, 2+ People: $6.00, with .50 for each additional person in the vehicle.
Once common throughout coastal southern Florida, the Miami blue butterfly now ranks among North America's rarest insects. Florida Museum of Natural History researchers are leading collaborative conservation and recovery efforts for Miami blue butterflies.
Join University of Florida Butterfly Technician, Taylor Hunt, at Long Key State Park to learn more about this endangered species, and what is currently being done in the Florida Keys to help re-establish them in the wild.