As you know, since the 24th of March the Butterfly Garden has been closed to the public due to the state of alarm due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, life inside our Butterfly Park continues, and we have not stopped working and thinking of you. Keeping our visitors and Fans we are working to keep everything in perfect condition and that when we see each other again you will find our space even more beautiful.
We want to share with you how these days of confinement have been and what we are doing and what has happened while in confinement. We sincerely hope that all of you are well.
We hope to see you soon!
1-With the arrival of spring the garden is in all its splendor. We have taken the opportunity to renew theflower beds ,by fertilizing and pruning our tress and the plants … and it shows!
2-Some of us have stayed on guard …
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4-Wally is at ease!
5. Love is in the air…
6. In our breeding center in Tenerife (C.E.N.) we have also worked on the conditioning ofour greenhouses.
7. Goodbye Anita.
Sadly we have to communicate that Anita, our iguana left last April . She left us peacefully She is at rest. She was already a granny, she was about 15 or 16 years old.
The entire team at the butterfly Park will sorely miss her. She was a very special creature and member of our little family.