A Gulf fritillary butterfly alights atop a blossom along Hilton Head's South Forest Beach on Sept. 26, 2016. The Gulf fritillary is one of several species of butterflys that migrate through the area in the fall, as they head south for the winter.
A Gulf fritillary butterfly alights atop a blossom along Hilton Head's South Forest Beach on Sept. 26, 2016. The Gulf fritillary is one of several species of butterflys that migrate through the area in the fall, as they head south for the winter. Jay Karr Island Packet
A Gulf fritillary butterfly alights atop a blossom along Hilton Head's South Forest Beach on Sept. 26, 2016. The Gulf fritillary is one of several species of butterflys that migrate through the area in the fall, as they head south for the winter. Jay Karr Island Packet

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