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Ann Odell Butterfly Garden
Cold Spring
Dedicated to the memory of his wife by Ralph Odell on September 8th, 2002, the Butterfly Garden is located within the 11,150 acre Clarence Fahnestock State Park just outside of Cold Spring, NY. With a meandering trail through a garden of flowers, the garden is home to countless butterflies, such as Mourning Cloak, Monarchs, Tiger Swallowtails, Red Admirals, and Great Spangled fritillaries.
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Chargée: 16/09/2008
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Tags: countryside; park; wildlife; butterfly; garden; flowers
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