In all my posts about Boston's Museum of Science, I can't believe I've never highlighted this. A long time ago, MOS had a very nice greenhouse up near their roof that has relatively recently been transformed into an exhibit full of the only insect humans actually like having land on them. It costs extra to get into the Butterfly Garden, but it's well worth it. It never feels crowded (with humans) and once you're in you can stay as long as you can stand the heat.
What follows is essentially a photodump, but a wonderful one if I say so myself. I lucked out in getting many of these. Enjoy:
Sketch of the Day
I'll share drawing from the Museum in a future post. Until then, here's a very different order of animal: