More butterflies take flight this summer
They seem to be everywhere this summer -- small yellow butterflies flitting around farm fields and colliding with car windshields on a regular basis.
The Clouded Sulfur butterfly is common in these northwestern parts of Wisconsin, but this year's population appears to have spiked.
According to Kyle Johnson, a butterfly enthusiast with the Wisconsin Entomological Society, the Clouded Sulfur (or Colias philodice) is especially common in agricultural areas.
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