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MiSci butterfly house opens

MiSci curator Chris Hunter, inside the new indoor butterfly house, finishes constructing a large butterfly cage as part of the new exhibit ‘Butterflies.’
Photographer: Marc Schultz
MiSci curator Chris Hunter, inside the new indoor butterfly house, finishes constructing a large butterfly cage as part of the new exhibit ‘Butterflies.’
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The cold winds of February are blowing through downtown Schenectady. But if you head over to Nott Terrace, you’ll find a slice of paradise, a summer garden blooming amid the winter’s snow. That’s because dozens of live butterflies, the kind you might find in your own backyard, are winging around inside a new indoor butterfly house, which opened Saturday at miSci. You’ll see orange-and-black monarchs, probably our best-known butterfly; black swallowtails, insects with a three- ...


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