Butterfly House now open at Beaver Creek Reserve

FALL CREEK, Wis. (WEAU) -- Beaver Creek Reserve's Wise Nature Center has hundreds of people stopping by to see a popular summer exhibit.

The Butterfly House is now open in fall creek for members of the community.

People can see a variety of native Wisconsin butterflies up close and in their natural environment.

Admission to the Butterfly House is included in the cost of daily admission to Beaver Creek Reserve, and that's why volunteer Sherry Sprague said donations are an important part of keeping the butterfly house open.

"There is a fee to come into the nature center, but that's the whole nature center, and so we appreciate any donations that help with taking care of the butterfly house because there are expenses with plants and maintenance and everything else," said Sprague.

The Butterfly House is open through September 3rd.

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