Butterflies are found all over the world and in all types of environments: hot and cold, dry and moist, at sea level and high in the mountains. Most butterfly species, however, are found in tropical areas, especially tropical rainforests. Many butterflies migrate in order to avoid adverse environmental conditions (like cold weather). Butterfly migration is not well understood. Most migrate relatively short distances (like the Painted Lady, the Red Admiral, and the Common Buckeye), but a few (like some Monarchs) migrate thousands of miles.
As roughly 70% of all flowering plants rely on pollinators to survive, Easton believes strongly in providing a habitat in which butterflies can pollinate and thrive.
You can visit our Butterfly Habitat just North of Nordstrom.