Alabama bogs come alive with butterflies at summer's end

By Ben Raines
Alabama bogs come alive with butterflies at summer's end (photos) | al.com: As summer begins to fade, the pitcher plant bogs of Mobile and Baldwin Counties come alive with butterflies and moths. There are more than 100 species that call Alabama home. A dozen species could be seen during a walk of about 200 feet Thursday afternoon at the Weeks Bay Reserve.
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