Nestled in the northeastern corner of Humber Bay is the Butterfly Habitat.
Just next to it is the HBBH Wildflower Meadow. There are four vegetation communities represented in this meadow: tallgrass prairie, shortgrass prairie, wet meadow and upland meadow. Each area provides a distinct mix of wildflowers, grasses and sedges.
Here are some of the plants:
On this day, the only butterflies in sight were these:
There were some birds:
Oh, the summer night
Has a smile of light,
And she sits on a sapphire throne. – Barry Cornwall (1787–1874)