More than 4,000 people turned out for the 25th annual Butterfly Festival Saturday at the Dunwoody Nature Center. The Nature Center had 300 butterflies from 10 different species in each tent, along with craft, games, live music, magic, a birds of prey show and other animal encounters for guests to enjoy throughout the day. The drumline from Dunwoody High School led a rousing parade through the festival grounds to complete the days activities. The DNC hopes to expand capacity next year so that all attendees can experience the tents. 

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