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  • Parkville Nature Sanctuary honors former director with a memorial butterfly garden

    The city of Parkville and the Friends of the Parkville Nature Sanctuary teamed up to honor the late Bob Fluchel, former director of the sanctuary, through a new memorial butterfly garden.

The city of Parkville and the Friends of the Parkville Nature Sanctuary teamed up to honor the late Bob Fluchel, former director of the sanctuary, through a new memorial butterfly garden. Lily O’Neill The Kansas City Star
The city of Parkville and the Friends of the Parkville Nature Sanctuary teamed up to honor the late Bob Fluchel, former director of the sanctuary, through a new memorial butterfly garden. Lily O’Neill The Kansas City Star

Parkville butterfly garden hopes to draw in walking and winged visitors

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