NEW YORK — The butterfly is a rare, elusive, beautiful fish, but in recent years its popularity has spread across New York City.
Its popularity is especially apparent in the West Village.
In recent months, the butterfly has become a popular pet, especially in the area around Catskill Park.
And that’s because of its cute appearance, says Bill Henson, president of the New York State Butterflies Association.
The fish is named after its cousin, the butterfly fish, which has a similar color scheme and a long, colorful tail.
They’re also both closely related to the jellyfish, a popular aquarium fish that can grow to about 7 feet (2.6 metres).
The fish have been found on every corner of the city, but it’s in the East Village that people first noticed them.
In the East Town, there are a few dozen butterflies in the aquarium.
Some of them are still alive.
They’re part of a thriving community that is trying to bring butterflies back to the East City.
It’s not easy.
It takes time to get the birds to the aquarium, says Amy McArthur, executive director of the Butterflies of New York.
They have to be removed from their nests and they have to have their eggs fertilized.
When they are fertilized, the eggs are very fragile.
They’ll lay on the ground or in the water for weeks.
That’s a long time to wait.
That’s where the Butterfly of New England comes in.
It is a volunteer-run organization that focuses on keeping the birds in New England, according to McArthur.
Its volunteers take the eggs to a New York state park where they’re put into an incubator.
Then they are incubated and released into the wild.
They travel from place to place in order to find more nests, McArthur says.
There are so many places to find them.
It has to be a long journey to get them.
McArthur says that it’s been about a year since she and her team started to notice the butterflies.
She says it was because of a new sign on the wall in the park, which shows that the park is home to several species of butterflies.
The butterflies can’t be found anywhere else in the world.
McAdams says the birds were found on New York beaches, and she noticed them on the waterfront.
She was able to get volunteers to put a sign on a nearby bridge that said: Please take a moment to look at this, Butterflies.
It says, Please take notice of the beautiful butterfly fish in our parks.
McKayla F. Dolan, who has been a volunteer for several years, said she has been on the East River since the early 1990s.
She and her husband are avid fans of the fish, she says.
She noticed them in the late 1990s, when they were nesting in the bay near the shore.
The couple had just moved from Long Island to the Catskills.
When they returned to the area, they noticed a few of the nests there.
Foster said it wasn’t until a few years ago that they noticed they were a popular sight.
People are going out and they’re seeing them.
The first one that we noticed was on the Upper West Side in Chelsea.
They’ve been there for several months now, she said.
And she said the other sightings are happening all over the city.
She’s heard from people all over New York that they have seen the butterflies.
The New York Butterflies are a nonprofit that is devoted to keeping the Butterflies of New America in the Catskill Mountains.
Their mission is to preserve them and make them more available for the public.
They do this by sending a few Butterflies to the parks in order for people to see them, Foster said.
They also send a couple to New York Zoo.
They’ve received more than 20,000 butterflies since the beginning of the year, and the number keeps going up, she added.
It’s not the first time they’ve seen a lot of sightings.
The couple’s son was on a fishing trip in September when he saw the birds on a bridge across from the entrance to the park.
He was a little excited about it, but said it was pretty scary.