I've been wanting to visit Butterfly Estates in downtown Ft. Myers for at least a year. I finally made it yesterday and it was worth the wait! Oodles of pretty butterflies were flitting around the conservatory: swallowtails, longwings, atalas (and whatever else was listed on the guide sheet). Wow...those little creatures are fast! It was a great challenge trying to get one in frame, let alone in focus. Admission is good for the entire day, so you can leave the warm conservatory, cool off, and return (which I did). After diligently taking detailed notes about the various species I thought I had captured, I'm at a loss as to the exact identity of the butterfly in this photo. I'm 90% sure it's a black swallowtail (possibly a juvenile with those orange spots). Anyway, this one was kind enough to land for a split second for this photo opp. See the bright blue dot which appears to be suspended over its head -- that's part of its antennae. So cool!