Pretty in yellow
We take a break from our furry friends to spend some time with our friends who will soon be gone. Today, we turn our attention to the butterflies on campus, and they really are all about campus. Still, one place where you can always encounter them is at the butterfly bush that is located in the shadow of the Dome and St. Edward's Hall... if it stretches that far. Regardless, the fragrant purple flowers of this bush attract butterflies and all types of wind insects. With several of these bushes about campus, you're most likely going to run into a butterfly or two. On the butterfly bush, Fr. Terry said, "It's not native to this area, and we really shouldn't have it here. The problem is that butterflies come to this bush at the expense of native plants, thus leaving them unpollinated. Then again, the bush does add of bit of color to campus."
Fr. Terry looking for interesting insects