Butterfly Conservation Farms
Butterfly conservation farms, also known as sanctuaries, have been set up worldwide to preserve native habits and provide income for local populations. These farms require that forests and plants be protected and maintained instead of destroyed for other purposes. Butterflies and other insects are protected in these habitats.
On average, adult butterflies live 3 to 4 weeks. The survival rate of butterflies in the wild is only 2%. While on the farms, that rate increases up to 90%.