Monarch butterfly habitat poster

25 04 2008

I recently designed this sample poster for Happy Tonics to use as an educational tool to show what native plants will be grown in the Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary that is being developed in Shell Lake, Wisconsin.

You can learn more about Mary Ellen, Happy Tonics, and the Monarch Butterfly Habitat at In addition to utilizing photos from my own archives, other images were provided by Happy Tonics, Jeff Evans (, and Brian Loflin (

Learn more about Monarch butterflies at this site:



5 responses

25 04 2008

OhmyGOODNESS!! I LOVE these!!!!! My favorite one is top row, center…I love that color blue….and second row from the bottom…the big butterfly with the pink flowers. AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!
The top one…I would LOVE to use on my blog, if it looks as gorgeous bigger as it does tiny!!! Girl….you have such a GREAT eye!!!!!!!!!!

20 05 2009

This is a beautifully designed poster! My blog happened to pick it up for me. I thought I’d come by to see it. It’s really gorgeous with all the bright butterfly colors! I’m about art and photography at my blog… just wanted to say this is very pretty. Very nice product for teachers. 🙂

20 05 2009

Hi Lorrie! Thanks for the comment on the poster. I’m off to look at your photography now!

10 10 2009
Joan Felkner

Please tell me where I can purchase prints of your photographs. I’ve been logging on just to see your virginia bluebell photo, #214 in the Botanical Zenfolio. Thank you!

10 11 2010

I love your poster! I have been a monarch butterfly fan for almost 50 years. Ever since I studied them in the 2nd grade!! How can I get a copy of your poster? I am hoping to plant a monarch garden this year and I love being able to see the plants that attract them.

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