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Most recent PHOTOS matching your search for 'butterfly'...
  1. Butterfly: Pearl Crescent (Photo ID: 88326)
    A pearl crescent butterfly perched atop a cluster of fleabane.... (click photo title to read more)

  2. Butterfly: Monarch feasting on milkweed (Photo ID: 88314)
    We agree with Joyce Coomer that it seems like there aren't as many butterflies a... (click photo title to read more)

  3. Butterfly: Hackberry Emperor (Photo ID: 88124)
    According to the Wikipedia entry for Asterocampa celtis, this butterfly lives ... (click photo title to read more)

  4. Butterfly: Clouded Sulphur (Photo ID: 88065)
    A clouded sulphur butterfly, feasting on clover blossoms in the local park.... (click photo title to read more)

  5. Butterfly: Summer Azure (Photo ID: 88046)
    A summer azure butterfly in a patch of fleabane. According to the entry on Celastrina neglecta at ... (click photo title to read more)

  6. Butterfly: Little wood satyr (Photo ID: 88029)
    Read more about Megisto cymela at butterfliesandmoths.org.... (click photo title to read more)

  7. Signs of Spring: Red Admiral butterfly makes an appearance (Photo ID: 87310)
    According to the Wikipedia entry on Vanessa atalanta, "In North America, the re... (click photo title to read more)

  8. Butterfly: Common Buckeye (Photo ID: 85064)
    A common buckeye (Junonia coenia) spotted among the flowers at Beckley Creek Park. Wik... (click photo title to read more)

  9. Butterfly: Variegated Fritillary (Photo ID: 84988)
    An open-wing shot of a Variegated Fritillary (Euptoieta claudia), spotted in a field of tiny yellow flowers along the shores of the local l... (click photo title to read more)

  10. Butterfly enjoying the butterfly bush flowers (Photo ID: 84795)
    Butterfly bushes are never more lovely than when they are doing their work of attracting and feeding the beautiful butterflies they are meant for.... (click photo title to read more)

  11. Butterfly: Nearly all of an Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Photo ID: 84666)
    This butterfly was still flight-worthy, despite what looks to be not-insignificant wing damage. Spotted along the Grand Allee at Beckley Creek Par... (click photo title to read more)

  12. Halloween Pennant Dragonfly (Photo ID: 84641)
    According to the Wikipedia entry for Celithemis eponina, "The Halloween pennan... (click photo title to read more)

  13. Butterfly: Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Photo ID: 84557)
    An Eastern Tiger Swallowtail feeds on flowers in the local park.... (click photo title to read more)

  14. Silvery Checkerspot butterfly (Photo ID: 84345)
    According to butterfliesandmoths.org, Chlosyne nycteis, the Silver... (click photo title to read more)

  15. Black Swallowtail butterfly (Photo ID: 84101)
    A black swallowtail feeding on milkweek in Beckley Creek Park.... (click photo title to read more)

  16. Painted Lady butterfly (Photo ID: 84044)
    An American painted lady or American lady (Vanessa virginiensis) feeding on milkweed at Beckley Creek Park.... (click photo title to read more)

  17. Summer Azure butterfly (Photo ID: 83964)
    A summer azure butterfly, feeding on the purple flowers of vetch plant... (click photo title to read more)

  18. In the Library garden (Photo ID: 83745)
    The garden behind the Adair County Public Library is growing and blooming. Besides being lovely, it is an official station on the Monarch Butterfl... (click photo title to read more)

  19. Scenic Green River Lake: Butterfly on Henbit (Photo ID: 83601)
    Wayne writes, "My favorite way to read the CM is to scroll slowly through the pictures, stop and try to guess the photographer before the name is... (click photo title to read more)

  20. CU Clay Hill Memorial Forest offers several public walking trails (Photo ID: 81111)
    Clay Hill Memorial Forest offers over 160 acres of trees and grasses with several walking trails for the public. Children enjoy everything from th... (click photo title to read more)

  21. Hey, you've got a little something... (Photo ID: 80923)
    Beth writes, "How do you politely tell someone that they've got something green on their nose? Yesterday I saw this colorful catapilar on one of... (click photo title to read more)

  22. Variegated fritillary (Photo ID: 80917)
    Wikipedia has this to say about Euptoieta claudia: " Their flight is low and s... (click photo title to read more)

  23. Viceroy Butterfly (Photo ID: 80903)
    The Viceroy butterfly is very similar to the well-known Monarch. According to the Wikipe... (click photo title to read more)

  24. A well-worn butterfly (Photo ID: 80633)
    A well-worn example of Limenitis arthemis, a Red-spotted Purple butterfly. More information at ... (click photo title to read more)

  25. Scenic Adair County, KY: Mirror clear pond near Gadberry (Photo ID: 80532)
    Historically one of the most pristine country byways - back when well-enough was left alone, Johnson School Road had even higher entrance for wild... (click photo title to read more)

  26. Wildflowers & Butterflies of KY: Iron Weed & Viceroy (Photo ID: 80449)
    Viceroys, the State Butterfly of Kentucky, gathered nectar from bright ironweed blossoms in Green River Commerce Park Saturday, August 25, 2018. L... (click photo title to read more)

  27. Monarch Butterfly on Swamp Milkweed at Trabue Russell House (Photo ID: 80385)
    The results after the caterpillar changed into the beautiful Monarch Butterfly. - Donna Jones, President, Adair County Garden Club. Pai... (click photo title to read more)

  28. Great news from the Trabue-Russell House Monarch Waystation (Photo ID: 80384)
    This beauty was on the Swamp Milkweed at the Trabue House, where the Adair County Garden Club has been working on a Monarch Waystation this year, ... (click photo title to read more)

  29. Zinnias, little flags alerting Monarchs of a stopping place (Photo ID: 80203)
    These vivid color Zinnias have provided food and rest stops this summer at the Monarch Butterfly Way Station at the Adair County Public Library. -... (click photo title to read more)

  30. Butterflies, KY: Small cabbage white butterfly on a yellow flower (Photo ID: 80113)
    A small cabbage white butterfly (Pieris rapae) collecting nectar from abundant yellow flowers. Wikipedia has a ... (click photo title to read more)

  31. Happy birthday Donna Brockman Loy, thanks for the gift! (Photo ID: 80078)
    Happy birthday and thank you for sharing your creative gift, Donna Brockman Loy! Your ability to capture nature's best moments is demonstrated in... (click photo title to read more)

  32. Wildflowers & Butterflies of KY - Drawing nectar - Sat 27 Jul 2018 (Photo ID: 80001)
    Haven't seen as many roadside butterflies this year, nor their wayside cafes, milkweed as usual. This butterfly on milkweed was spotted along an... (click photo title to read more)

  33. Wildflowers of KY Butterfly, Bee share Milkweed blossoms (Photo ID: 79638)
    A Viceroy - we think, it is very similar to a Monarch - butterfly and a bee taking nectar from a milkweed plant along Curt Keltner Road. Viceroys ... (click photo title to read more)

  34. If you were a Monarch, wouldn't you want to stop here? (Photo ID: 79535)
    The Monarch Butterfly Way Station at the Adair County Public Library provides a pleasing array of radiant Zinnias, Cone Flowers and other pollinat... (click photo title to read more)

  35. Wildflowers of KY - Today's Special - Queen Ann's Lace & _____ (Photo ID: 79449)
    The accent flower above is cornflower with emphases of graying fence post and barbed wire. There are those who admire Queen Ann's lace all by its... (click photo title to read more)

  36. Blue Star a sign of food and rest stop on Monarch route (Photo ID: 78731)
    Blue Star (Amsonia tabernaemontana) is looking good in the little garden at the Adair Public Library. It is part of the ... (click photo title to read more)

  37. Both Butterflies & Snakes at Wickliffe Mounds State Park (Photo ID: 78242)
    WICKLIFFE, KY (Tues 17 Apr 2018) - Learn about snakes and other reptiles with the "World of Reptiles" show planned at Wickliffe Mounds State... (click photo title to read more)

  38. Crabapple by the walking track at Blair Park (Photo ID: 78211)
    It's hard to stay focused on walking at speed when you have to pause and take photos of the beautiful flowering trees near the Monarch Butterfly ... (click photo title to read more)

  39. Sisters keepsake photo, remembering the butterfly girl (Photo ID: 78047)
    Elizabeth (Libby) Richards of Jamestown, KY, left, and Sue Stivers of Columbia, KY, at right, lost their sister, Mazelle Cravens Andrews, center, ... (click photo title to read more)

  40. My father's wildflowers and butterfly visitor (Photo ID: 75257)
    Took this from my fathers, George Isons, wildflowers. So beautiful! - LAVERNE ISON... (click photo title to read more)

  41. Butterfly and Zinnia in morning sunshine (Photo ID: 74651)
    Among the hustle and bustle of Saturday morning in town, this quiet visit took place. The Zinnia offered its sweet drink to the passing butterfly.... (click photo title to read more)

  42. Adair Garden Club helps butterflies survive at TR House (Photo ID: 74465)
    It's tough being a butterfly today, a fact members of the Adair County Garden Club are keenly aware of - and they are doing a lot about it. With... (click photo title to read more)

  43. In the garden at the Trabue Russell House (Photo ID: 74438)
    The public is welcome at this peaceful spot in the well tended garden at Columbia's historic Trabue Russell House, 201 Jamestown Street, Columbia... (click photo title to read more)

  44. Not pink butterfly wings (Photo ID: 74001)
    This photo looks like pink butterfly wings, however, the photographer calls the picture, "Translucence in shades of Hibiscus."... (click photo title to read more)

  45. Wayne Baxter: Flower - hosting state butterfly - in need of ID (Photo ID: 73906)
    While on the subject of flowers and/or butterflies, the photo above, is one I made late Sunday afternoon at the shore of Green River Lake. I am so... (click photo title to read more)

  46. Butterflies of KY: Swallowtail butterfly and thistle (Photo ID: 73882)
    Nodding thistles are the bane of agriculture, but they are a favorite feeding spot for butterflies. Larry Clark took this photo in the Mt Carmel ... (click photo title to read more)

  47. Looking out on the flower garden (Photo ID: 73516)
    This pretty view at the kitchen window belongs to Fay McKinley. On the inside are violets just like her Mama Audrey Waggener grew, and on the outs... (click photo title to read more)

  48. Butterfly juicing by Green River Lake (Photo ID: 73286)
    The little black butterfly happily ignored admirers taking pictures as it juiced from this volunteer Butterfly Bush growing beside Green River Lak... (click photo title to read more)

  49. Wildflowers of KY: Milkweed in its most common color - Orange (Photo ID: 73148)
    Milkweed, sometimes called butterfly weed, is shown here in its most common color in this area, bright orange, beautiful in the a windswept field ... (click photo title to read more)

  50. Butterflies of KY: Zebra Swallowtail feasting on milkweed (Photo ID: 73029)
    The bright orange Milkweed plant is coming into bloom near Penicks Chapel Church outside of Edmonton. In this picture the blossom opening is an in... (click photo title to read more)

  51. Clay Hill friend George Howell gets wings at CU Earth Day (Photo ID: 72379)
    Susan Walters, on right, helps George Howell put on butterfly wings at the Earth Day ceremony at Campbellsville University. - TOMOMI SATO... (click photo title to read more)

  52. Homeplace Spring Festival: Readying Butterfly Garden for today (Photo ID: 72295)
    A spring cleaning for the butterfly garden at Homeplace was part of work preparing for Plow Day and Spring Festival, today, Sat 22 Apr 2017. The ... (click photo title to read more)

  53. Butterflies of Kentucky: Monarch or Viceroy? (Photo ID: 69306)
    Larry Clark shares this beautiful fall photo of a butterfly in zinnias. The butterfy appears to be a Monarch or Viceroy. Comments welcome. - EW. ... (click photo title to read more)

  54. Scenic Adair County, KY: Colorful fall flowers, colorful butterfly (Photo ID: 69305)
    Larry Clark shares this photo of beautiful ferny Cypress or Hummingbird Vine, which has attracted not a hummingbird, but a yellow butterfly (or mo... (click photo title to read more)

  55. Butterfly on raspberry bush (Photo ID: 69004)
    Butterfly on raspberry leaf. - Larry Clark ... (click photo title to read more)

  56. Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly on Ironweed (Photo ID: 68599)
    Arguably the prettiest pairing on the September palette - an Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly in a favorite dining spot - Ironweed. South Centr... (click photo title to read more)

  57. KY Color: A plethora of Pollinators (Photo ID: 68383)
    Over the past decade, Butterfly Milkweed has become my favorite flower. These that I transplanted from a Cumberland County roadside several years ... (click photo title to read more)

  58. Wildflowers of Kentucky: Ironweed with Spicebush Swallowtail (Photo ID: 68285)
    A winning combination: Late summer in Kentucky, Ironweed time, and a Spicebush Swallowtail butterfly. - EW... (click photo title to read more)

  59. Butterfly on Zinnias from north of the Ohio River (Photo ID: 68272)
    Jean and Paul's youngest daughter, photographer Beth Ann Cravens, was called Sunshine by her Dad. She brightens rooms with her wide smile and sha... (click photo title to read more)

  60. Wildflowers of KY: Black Eyed Susans (Photo ID: 67452)
    See: Rudbeckia hirta, to learn more about the butterfly attractant, which somehow... (click photo title to read more)

  61. Monarch butterfly on purple thistle - II (Photo ID: 67392)
    Solitary Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio glaucus) sipping from a thistle - 1st morning of July, 2016 in Columbia, KY. Ki... (click photo title to read more)

  62. Monarch butterfly on purple thistle - I (Photo ID: 67381)
    Solitary Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio glaucus) sipping from a thistle - 1st morning of July, 2016 in Columbia, KY. Kind r... (click photo title to read more)

  63. Refreshments served after the program (Photo ID: 67147)
    Cool refreshments were served after the outdoor program opening the Monarch butterfly station at the library. Library director Lee Ann Jessie pour... (click photo title to read more)

  64. Garden Club presents Monarch Waystation to public (Photo ID: 67146)
    A brief program was presented to open the Monarch butterfly garden site by Betty Knifley and Donna Jones, leaders of the Adair County Garden Club.... (click photo title to read more)

  65. Monarch butterfly waystation opens at Adair Co. Public Library (Photo ID: 67142)
    Chris Haskell, left, and Betty Knifley, represented the Adair County Garden Club unveiling the sign declaring the official Monarch butterfly wayst... (click photo title to read more)

  66. Monarch Waystation ribbon cutting at ACPL (Photo ID: 67107)
    A Columbia Adair County Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting ceremony officially opened the Adair County Public Library's Monarch Butterfly Waystat... (click photo title to read more)

  67. Earnestine Bennett list plants in Butterfly Station at Library (Photo ID: 66983)
    Here's a list of flowers in the Adair County Public Library butterfly garden: Swamp milkweed. Aster Mist. Flower bee balm. Blue star. Blazing sta... (click photo title to read more)

  68. Stealthy predator at top Fortune Street Food Chain, waits for prey (Photo ID: 66391)
    Totally camouflaged, this merciless predator is lying in wait, ready to pounce on unsuspecting prey: an opened bag of Whiskas, an open can of tuna... (click photo title to read more)

  69. Sycamore Springs: Spring is bursting out all over (Photo ID: 65752)
    Spring is here, and busting all everywhere especially the insects! Today I picked what I thought was a dead (left panel) Swallowtail Butter... (click photo title to read more)

  70. Hailey's Halloween (Photo ID: 62930)
    Hailey Waggener, proving that great cousins think alike, in a butterfl... (click photo title to read more)

  71. Tillie is butterfly for Halloween (Photo ID: 62913)
    Tillie chose a butterfly outfit for her Halloween costume. Her evening is a brief trick or treat session and then she heads for one of her favorit... (click photo title to read more)

  72. Butterflies of Kentucky: Monarch Butterfly (Photo ID: 61881)
    ... (click photo title to read more)

  73. Eastern Tiger Swallowtail butterflies (Photo ID: 61432)
    Do Butterfly Bushes really work? This is evidence that they do! This large bush at Fay McKinley's residence on Fairground Street in Columbia must... (click photo title to read more)

  74. Butterflies of Kentucky: Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Photo ID: 61304)
    After five or 10 minutes of coyly avoiding being photographed, this Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly struck a perfect pose while several s... (click photo title to read more)

  75. Wants help saving endangered plant at Jim Blair: Matalea (Photo ID: 60358)
    My wish is to remind folks that there is a state-endangered plant, matalea at Jim Blair Community Center, that our Natural Heritage is rich but needs ... (click photo title to read more)

  76. Scenic Green Co., KY: Painted Lady (?) Butterfly and Dandelion (Photo ID: 59679)
    Saturday April 11, 2015, was a zippety-do-dah day. Glorious, perfect weather with glo with glorious, stunningly beautiful stretches of dandelions.... (click photo title to read more)

  77. Zebra Butterfly on milkweed: Only insect which dines on pawpaws (Photo ID: 59668)
    This photo was posted almost five years ago, on June 10, 2010, Milkweed is the favorite of the Zebra Swallowtail, Billy Joe Fudge wrote in a class... (click photo title to read more)

  78. Roadside signs to protest spraying, protect butterflies (Photo ID: 59532)
    Joyce Coomer of Printing Creations produced the design for a roadside marker to protest herbicide spraying of herbicides which could prove deadly ... (click photo title to read more)

  79. Adair Co. Garden Club class on creating Monarch Waystation today (Photo ID: 59432)
    Adair Co. Garden Club: Monarch Butterflies & Friends with Linda Porter on c... (click photo title to read more)

  80. Moon Dwellers VI - One of strangest sighting of all (Photo ID: 56112)
    But one of the strangest sightings was this animated butterfly who came out of nowhere.... (click photo title to read more)

  81. Moon Dwellers IV - Unusual sightings appear (Photo ID: 56109)
    After his escape and descent there were many unusual sighting such as this motionless enlarged butterfly. ... (click photo title to read more)

  82. Butterfly in Garden: God's Beautiful Masterpiece (Photo ID: 55960)
    Stella Durrettt captured this scene, which she captions: "Flowers and a butterfly in my garden. God's beautiful masterpiece."... (click photo title to read more)

  83. Wildflowers in Your Landscape: A butterfly bonus (Photo ID: 55952)
    Butterflies are a wonderful bonus when native wildflowers are part of the landscape. Additionally planting native wildflowers means the butterflie... (click photo title to read more)

  84. Wildflowers in Your Landscape: Milkweed is a win-win-win (Photo ID: 55941)
    Joyce Coomer shares this photo of a butterfly on an orange flower - maybe milkweed - taken in her lawn, which is carefully landscaped with most... (click photo title to read more)

  85. Adair County Fair Fourth of July 2014 Fireworks - a Butterfly burst (Photo ID: 55723)
    What one sees in the patterns like has a pyrotechnics manufacturer's name seldom known, unless announced, by the viewer. Some would see a styl... (click photo title to read more)

  86. Butterfly, buttering over a barn (Photo ID: 51499)
    A tiny yellow butterfly looks as big as an airplane in this perspective. He's really much nearer the Goldenrod in the foreground, where he had... (click photo title to read more)

  87. Butterfly on Ironweed, Pellyton, KY (Photo ID: 51031)
    The time of the most butterflies seems to coincide with the advent of the most beautiful and useful for little boys wildflower, Ironweed. The p... (click photo title to read more)

  88. Insects of Kentucky: Butterflies & Beautiful but Pesky Plant (Photo ID: 51022)
    Despite its beauty the nodding thistle is an invasive pest. However, butterfiles don't seem to see it that way. Maybe there's some other way ... (click photo title to read more)

  89. Butterfly on a favorite autumn flower, Joe Pye Weed (Photo ID: 50994)
    Sonny Williams of Columbia, KY, has identified this flower as a Joe Pye Weed and the butterfield as a Yellow Swallowtail.... (click photo title to read more)

  90. Insects of Kentucky: Butterflies drawn to zinnias II (Photo ID: 50983)
    Creating a butterfly garden gives hours of pleasure in return The beautiful creatures are drawn to these zinnias. Others find a the butterfly p... (click photo title to read more)

  91. Insects of Kentucky: Butterfly, butterfly bush at Sue Dowell's (Photo ID: 50981)
    A butterfly bush at Sue Dowell's on Adair Avenue, as advertised, brings beauty in the form of this big swallowtail.... (click photo title to read more)

  92. Willis the Cat: Alert on post (Photo ID: 50711)
    Willis makes sure Farm would not go to hell in a hand-basket 'Late in the afternoon, having overseen the arrival and departure of cars belongi... (click photo title to read more)

  93. Butterflies get moisture from anything with damp surface (Photo ID: 50616)
    Butterflies will get moisture from anything that is barely damp. Yesterday I was trying to get a good shot of a giant swallowtail that was on m... (click photo title to read more)

  94. A Walk in the Holler: Butterfly (Photo ID: 50136)
    Butterfly - It took me five minutes and eight shots to catch this butterfllies wings open but it was worth every second spent for the outc... (click photo title to read more)

  95. Maury Lewis: A beautiful moth plays visit (Photo ID: 50002)
    This beautiful moth was outside of our garage yesterday morning and was back this morning but is unable to fly due to a slightly damaged wing. ... (click photo title to read more)

  96. Scenic Barren Co., KY: Sculpture, On Butterflies Wings (Photo ID: 49145)
    "On Butterfly's Wings," sculpture by Kevin Robb of Wheat Ridge, CO, was originally on Western Kentucky University's Bowling Green, KY ... (click photo title to read more)

  97. The Whitehurst Diaries: Butterfly Weed IV (Photo ID: 46883)
    Another view of an opened butterfly weed seed pod. It's an annual occurence, usually just as summer is ending.... (click photo title to read more)

  98. The Whitehurst Diaries: Butterfly Weed III (Photo ID: 46881)
    Pods of the butterfly weed are slender. This one has just burst, ready to release its airborne, parachute enabled seed to spread the species.... (click photo title to read more)

  99. The Whitehurst Diaries: Butterfly Weed II (Photo ID: 46880)
    A pod of the butterfly weed split open. ... (click photo title to read more)

  100. The Whitehurst Diaries: Butterfly Weed I (Photo ID: 46879)
    Seeds of the butterfly weed are borne on silky parachutes. Sharon Whitehurst... (click photo title to read more)

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  1. Where are the Butterflies? (Story ID: 111416)
    By Joyce Coomer Usually, this time of year, there are several butterflies flitting across the yard at any time of the day. Gizmo of ... (click title to read more)

  2. Letter: Butterfly ID (Story ID: 111134)
    Marcus Pierce writes: I'm not the brightest bub in the pack but the butterfly pictured looks like a Painted Lady butterfly.... (click title to read more)

  3. Carol Perkins: Normal is coming, sometime (Story ID: 110567)
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  4. LWC Men's Swimming falls in matchup with Cumberlands (Story ID: 106598)
    By Brady Budke The Lindsey Wilson men's swimming team was defeated in a head-to-head matchup against Cumberlands (KY) on Saturday a... (click title to read more)

  5. Monarch Day at Salato, Sat 7 Sept 2019 (Story ID: 105962)
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  6. Garden Club Meeting, Thu 22 Aug 2019 (Story ID: 105580)
    By Donna Jones The Adair County Garden Club will have a meeting at 1pmCT on Thursday, August 22, 2019, at the Adair County Extension... (click title to read more)

  7. Monarch Butterfly seminar part of Outdoor Expo 3 Aug 2019 (Story ID: 105316)
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  8. Easy Flower Garden - (Story ID: 97998)
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  9. Individual butterfly gardens dot countryside on personal land (Story ID: 97326)
    By Linda Waggener Monarch Butterfly Station news made headlines when the Adair County Public Library partnered with the Garden Club ... (click title to read more)

  10. Mazelle Cravens Andrews, Russell Co., KY native (1933-2018) (Story ID: 96510)
    She was member of a highly distinguished Russell County, KY family, and the sister of Sue Stivers of Columbia, KY, and Elizabeth Richards of Russel... (click title to read more)

  11. Alexis Kessler wins her 2nd NAIA National Championship! (Story ID: 95977)
    Amazing sophomore from Lexington, KY, becomes the first two-time national champion in program history. Kessler captured the 50 free title Thursday,... (click title to read more)

  12. LWC's Alexis Kessler selected MSC Women's Swimmer of Week (Story ID: 93556)
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  13. Monarchs being born at Adair Library Waystation (Story ID: 92725)
    From Betty Knifley, Adair County Garden Club A celebration of new life is taking place at Adair County Public Library over the butte... (click title to read more)

  14. Public invited to Blair Center opening of new Monarch station (Story ID: 92631)
    Betty Knifley, a leader in the Adair County Garden Club, announced that she will hold a dedication service on the newest Monarch Butterfly Station at ... (click title to read more)

  15. New monarch butterfly waystation at Barren River (Story ID: 92131)
    By Danny Sallee Lucas, KY - The Garden Club of Kentucky will dedicate the latest of a series of Monarch butterfly waystations... (click title to read more)

  16. Wendy Burt ID's flower in Wayne Baxter photo as buttonbush (Story ID: 91817)
    Wendy Butler Burt writes: Buttonbush! Wonderful native shrub, a beautiful bush that is very attractive to a wide variety of pol... (click title to read more)

  17. Diane R. Wallace: Knows milkweed from upstate New York Days (Story ID: 91117)
    About: Wildflowers of KY: ID ??? anyone ??? ... (click title to read more)

  18. Letter: Butterfly ID (Story ID: 86631)
    Janice Wilkerson writes: It is neither one. It is a Fritillary. - JaniceWilkerson ... (click title to read more)

  19. Thanks, Todd Wilson, for happy ending to wasp odyssey (Story ID: 86525)
    By Linda Waggener Todd Wilson had the opportunity to be my hero today when I was taking the shortcut up Hurt Street to pick up a che... (click title to read more)

  20. Kentucky Color - A Plethora of Pollinators (Story ID: 85447)
    By Billy Joe Fudge Over the past decade, Butterfly Milkweed has become my favorite flower. These that I transplanted from a Cumberla... (click title to read more)

  21. Mitzi Bault writes on God's gifts and life questions (Story ID: 85170)
    'I thank God for every day I have on this earth, but I still wonder, why me?' - Mitzi, who writes of life's blessings, memories of a wo... (click title to read more)

  22. Letter: Most despised flower, nodding thistle (Story ID: 84177)
    George Rice writes: That purple thistle is the most despised flower that farmers have to contend with. It is said that the seed... (click title to read more)

  23. Joyce Coomer: I have a butterfly garden (Story ID: 83684)
    If mankind would take care of this wonderful planet instead of destroying it because of the love of money, everyone, everywhere, would have butterf... (click title to read more)

  24. Monarch Butterfly Way Station to be dedicated at AC Library (Story ID: 83660)
    Phot... (click title to read more)

  25. Monarch Butterfly Way Station dedication is 15 Jun 2016 at ACPL (Story ID: 83617)
    Monarch Butterfly Way Station dedication will be at 2pmCT, June 15, 2016, at the Adair County Public Library, 307 Public Square, Columbia, KY. - Do... (click title to read more)

  26. LWC Honors Society to hold Springtime Reading at ACPL (Story ID: 82385)
    By Emily Gunberg "Springtime Reading with the Lindsey Wilson English Honor's Society" will be at the Adair County Public Library,... (click title to read more)

  27. Paw Paw trees are host plants for beautiful Zebra Butterflies (Story ID: 78782)
    Click on... (click title to read more)

  28. Adair Co. Garden Club wants bagged leaves (Story ID: 78472)
    The Adair County Garden Club works throughout the year to help beautify Columbia by maintaining the flowers on the Courthouse Square, the beautiful ga... (click title to read more)

  29. Joyce Coomer: The uses of weeds (Story ID: 76369)
    No Rachel Carson didn't write these words, but Rachel Carson (and Thomas Wolfe, and Janice Holt Giles) certainly comes to mind. They are the equally ... (click title to read more)

  30. Monarch Waystation program Sat 13 Jun 2015at Salato (Story ID: 75764)
    By Geoff Roberts FRANKFORT, Ky. - Folks who have ever wondered what they could do to help native butterflies are invited to a progra... (click title to read more)

  31. Matalea, endangered species, found at Jim Blair (Story ID: 75371)
    Plant, a member of the dogbane family, is a flowering vine which can host Monarch butterfly. Naturalist has suggestions on protecting the plant, he... (click title to read more)

  32. Dr. Ben Arnold: A scientist looks at Pawpaw culture (Story ID: 74513)
    Another look at the "Kentucky Banana" by experts. This treatise follows another scholarly look at the prized native fruit by Historian Mike Watso... (click title to read more)

  33. Joyce Coomer develops Monarch Butterfly Road Sign (Story ID: 74353)
    Entrepreneurs Step Up: Part of the job is now done. Use Joyce's Design. Make and sell signs to stop roadside spraying. The signs will be a let her... (click title to read more)

  34. Butterflies and herbicides & a super idea from Joyce M. Coomer (Story ID: 74298)
    Entrepreneurship 101: Make and sell signs to stop roadside spraying which will be a let herbicide sprayers know not to spray, that you care about t... (click title to read more)

  35. Adair Co. Garden Club: Monarch Butterflies & Friends (Story ID: 73899)
    Linda Porter, Danville, KY, will explain how to create a Monarch Butterfly Waystation. Alicia Bosela of of Iron Weed Native Plant Nursery, Columbia... (click title to read more)

  36. Laura Stephenson recognized as an NAIA All-American (Story ID: 73858)
    LWC Swimmer honored for her performance in the 200-yard butterfly By: Matthew Stokes COLUMBIA, KY - Lindsey Wils... (click title to read more)

  37. LWC Women's Swimming defeats St. Catharine, 141-40 (Story ID: 71210)
    Lindsey Wilson's men's swim team will apply for a forfeit in today's meet due to a lack of swimmers for St. Catharine By Matth... (click title to read more)

  38. Farmer's Mkt on the Square: Know Before You Go, Aug. 16, 2014 (Story ID: 69159)
    OPEN TODAY! Saturday, August 16, 2014. The Farmer's Market on the Square is open every Saturday from 8am-1pmCT, at the Adair Annex Parking Lot, 42... (click title to read more)

  39. Alicia Bosela will speak to Gardener's Group, Liberty, KY (Story ID: 68963)
    Topics at 3rd Annual Picnic. With special speakers, Alicia Bosela, Suzanne Ince, and Linda Porter The Gardener's Group will hold it... (click title to read more)

  40. Vonnie Kolbenschlag identifies butterfly as Red Admiral (Story ID: 68613)
    Fall Festival at Homeplace on Green River will have information about butterflies, native plants... (click title to read more)

  41. Wants to use Joyce M. Coomer photo as screensaver (Story ID: 68601)
    Comments re photo 55941 Wildflowers in Your Landscape Milkweed is a winwinw... (click title to read more)

  42. Orange flower is butterfly weed or asciepias, in milkweed family (Story ID: 68597)
    Comments re photo 55941 Wildflowers in Your Landscape Milkweed is a winwinw... (click title to read more)

  43. Joyce Coomer shares interest in native plants (Story ID: 68556)
    Alicia Bosela, will be selling native plants at the 8am-1pmCT, Saturday, July 19, 2014 Farmers Market on the Square, Adair Annex Parking Lot , 424 ... (click title to read more)

  44. LWC/Swim Men Earn 14 national cut times at Gainesville (Story ID: 63523)
    NEXT: Lindsey Wilson men's swimming hosts University of the Cumberlands (KY) and University of Evansville (IN) on Senior Night, Friday, Decemb... (click title to read more)

  45. LWC Women's Swimming defeats Campbellsville 78-43 (Story ID: 62494)
    The Blue Raiders Laura Stephenson earned a spot in the NAIA National Championships in the 100 and 200 butterfly and was invited to nationals in the... (click title to read more)

  46. Jon Halsey: On Goldenrods - Let well enough alone (Story ID: 62262)
    An eloquent statement for pluralism in plant kingdom - CM Jon Halsey writes: Yes, it is pretty especially in ... (click title to read more)

  47. John McCasland: Bees make incredible amount of honey from Goldenrod (Story ID: 62261)
    John McCasland writes: Not only is goldenrod very photogenic but honeybees put up an incredible amount of honey from it in th... (click title to read more)

  48. Billy Joe Fudge: Goldenrod is favorite flower (Story ID: 62253)
    Billy Joe Fudge writes: My favorite flower and if I do say so myself this is one of your best "point and shoot" efforts. Yep,... (click title to read more)

  49. Gambier Grammar Police chief issues pi pie pye advisory (Story ID: 61400)
    Gambier GP writes: Remember the punch line of the world's second oldest joke: "Boy, don't you know nuthin'?? Pi(e) are round... (click title to read more)

  50. Joe Pye Weed is the name of the autumn wildflower (Story ID: 61387)
    Joe Pie Weed is the name of the autumn wildflower Sonny Williams also identifies butterfly: Yellow Swallowtail... (click title to read more)

  51. The Butterfly Album - mid-late August, 2013 (Story ID: 61365)
    Click on headline for introductory comments and all photo(s)... (click title to read more)

  52. Maury's moth has wingspan of over six inches (Story ID: 60181)
    Maury Lewis writes: The moth is still alive and I measured his wing span the best I could with him moving them up and down. The... (click title to read more)

  53. (Ad) Farmer's Market 2: Bigger for Memorial Day weekend (Story ID: 59740)
    14 Vendors, More Produce, and Singing by Spiritual Warfare for Saturday! The Farmer's Market on the Square, open 8am-12pm noon CT, Satu... (click title to read more)

  54. Haiku inspired by scene, 'On Butterfly's Wings' (Story ID: 59003)
    The Wind does not care The wind does not care how carefully flags are planned, they wave randomly.- Robert Ston... (click title to read more)

  55. On Butterfly's Wings: WKU-Glasgow adds new sculpture (Story ID: 58994)
    Sculpture by Kevin Robb was originally on Bowling Green Campus. It was moved to Glasgow, KY campus today, Thursday, April 18, 2013 Cli... (click title to read more)

  56. Hall helps LW Men split in tri-swim meet at Holloway Natatorium (Story ID: 55803)
    Blue Raider men outswim Campbellsville University; come up short agains Union College, in meet in Holloway Center Natatorium, 299 Williams Street... (click title to read more)

  57. The Whitehurst Diaries: Butterfly Weed (Story ID: 54746)
    As summer ends, annuals get down to business of setting seeds - one wilding plant, the beautiful milkweed or butterfly weed, moved from the horse p... (click title to read more)

  58. (Ad) Adair Farmers Market: Friday, June 8, 2012 (Story ID: 52426)
    By Caitlin Bunnell HelmNews (6:30amCT, FRIDAY, JUNE 8 2012) from Adair Farmers MarketWow! Perfect Weather and some serious c... (click title to read more)

  59. Farmers' Market open today, Friday, May 25, 2012 (Story ID: 52103)
    Beth Rutherford reports, at 7:18amCT, FRIDAY, May 25, 2012Click on headline for today's Farmers Market post with photo(s)... (click title to read more)

  60. (Ad) More fresh vegetables at the Farmer's Market today (Story ID: 51966)
    Caitlin Bunnell reports, at 06:06 amCT, FRIDAY, May 18, 2012By Caitlin Bunnell HelmNews from Adair Farmers Market... (click title to read more)

  61. Four producers at Farmers' Market today, Friday, May 11, 2012 (Story ID: 51840)
    Caitlin Bunnell reports, at 6:34 amCT, FRIDAY, May 11, 2012By Caitlin Bunnell HelmNews from Adair Farmers Market... (click title to read more)

  62. Adair Farmers Market: Friday, May 4, 2012 (Story ID: 51704)
    Caitlin Bunnell reports, at 6:24 amCT, FRIDAY, May 4, 2011By Caitlin Helm BunnellNews from Adair Farmers MarketTh... (click title to read more)

  63. Letter: Thanks for Butterfly ID (Story ID: 39417)
    About: Butterflies: Common BuckeyeAngie Polston writ... (click title to read more)

  64. Butterflies at Arnolds Landing: Red-spotted Purples (Story ID: 39111)
    About: Beautiful Butterfly Trio at Arnolds LandingTo Col... (click title to read more)

  65. Butterfly Flower draws all sizes, colors to Chandler yard (Story ID: 38242)
    About: Butterfly Flowers really workTo ColumbiaMagazine.... (click title to read more)

  66. A lot more produce at Farmers Market today! (Story ID: 37495)
    Myra Harrison called early this morning to report that the abundance of fresh farm produce at the Adair County Farmers Market at the Adair County Exte... (click title to read more)

  67. Kentucky Color: Zebra Swallowtail and Butterfly Weed (Story ID: 37390)
    June is a great time to slowly drive back country lanes and byways to see colorful milkweed and all the butterflies its beautiful flower attracts ... (click title to read more)

  68. A guess: Bub Polston butterfly is Hackberry Emperor? (Story ID: 36985)
    About: Insects of Kentucky: Butterfly at Bub Polston place... (click title to read more)

  69. Last two Peggy Spoon photos magnificent! (Story ID: 36286)
    To ColumbiaMagazine.com:Peggy Spoon's photos, "Eastern Tiger Bu... (click title to read more)

  70. Peggy Spoon photo is study in two kinds of color in nature (Story ID: 36284)
    About: Prettiest Spring Ever 2010: Eastern Tiger Butterfly and Lilac... (click title to read more)

  71. Accolades for Peggy Spoon lilac butterfly photo (Story ID: 36283)
    About... (click title to read more)

  72. Derek Coomer sends two badly needed IDs (Story ID: 36279)
    About: Butterfly and Lilac AND ... (click title to read more)

  73. Butterfly ID: Cloudless Sulphur (Story ID: 33223)
    Kelly Crawhorn writes: I believe Pens butterfly is a cloudless sulphur. I found the id on ... (click title to read more)

  74. A Kindred Spirit: This nana prefers wrinkles over tattoos (Story ID: 32473)
    The next earlier A Kindred Spirit: Starry NightsBy Teresa Bel... (click title to read more)

  75. The Adair County Garden Club is all aflutter over butterflies (Story ID: 29841)
    Click on headline for full story with photoBy Barbara ArmitageThe Adair County Garden Club hit the open road again last ... (click title to read more)

  76. Letter: Butterfly is Common Buckeye (Story ID: 24638)
    To ColumbiaMagazine.com:The Butterfly on the yellow flowers... (click title to read more)

  77. Alan Reed IDs Shoulda Been Butterfly as The Robber Fly (Story ID: 24561)
    About: Betty Sue Jasper photograph--Insects of Adair Co KY: Should have bee... (click title to read more)

  78. Comment: Daniel Hutcheson art (Story ID: 21930)
    About: Art Butterfly Kisses by Daniel Hutcheson... (click title to read more)

  79. Daniel Hutcheson art work on display in Comer Hospital, Chicago (Story ID: 21922)
    LETTERS & FEEDBACKHi, Ed,My son Daniel is inpatient at Co... (click title to read more)

  80. Butterfly Lesson: What we have here are variegated fritillaries (Story ID: 18299)
    Wiser heads say creatues CM misidentified as rarer Tawny Emperor are actually more common Variegated FritillariesButterfly editor, C... (click title to read more)




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