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Middle school butterfly project transforms into book on Karner blue

Pine Bush Discovery Center Director Jeffrey Folmer and Guilderland High School student Natasha Permaul pose with Natasha's new children’s book featuring the Karner blue butterfly at the center in Albany on Tuesday.
Pine Bush Discovery Center Director Jeffrey Folmer and Guilderland High School student Natasha Permaul pose with Natasha's new children’s book featuring the Karner blue butterfly at the center in Albany on Tuesday.
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Natasha Permaul sees herself as similar to the Karner blue butterfly that is the subject of a children’s book of which she was the primary author. The Guilderland High School sophomore used to be shy, like the butterfly’s cocooned pupa waiting for spring. Now, especially since she authored a book that is being sold to raise money for conservation of the Albany Pine Bush, she is coming out of her shell. “I’m growing and I’m ...


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