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A holiday atmosphere has taken over Normandy… Discover the countless butterflies that live alongside many feathered guests and rare plants when visiting the Naturospace in Honfleur. While temperatures have risen significantly in Honfleur, Normandy, they remain tropical every day of the year inside the Naturospace butterfly house. Our latest summer news and events are the …

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vacances de Pâques au Naturospace Honfleur

Every year, the Easter holidays bring their share of surprises at the Naturospace Butterfly House, as can be seen with the many births due to take place over the following weeks. Tropical butterflies unfurl their colours This Easter holiday period in Honfleur is ideal to admire the tropical butterflies that have made the Naturospace’s repute …

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vacances à Honfleur : admirer des papillons

The jungle that makes up the butterfly glasshouse has never been as lush! The Naturospace is all set for a new year which will be packed with surprises. The Naturospace in Honfleur is definitely the place to go during February half-term! Just in time for half-term, the Naturospace Butterfly House in Honfleur has opened its …

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Mr. Turaco… His cheeks are white, as his name suggests, he sports a metallic blue tail, wings that are green and red underneath… A male turaco has just made his appearance at the Naturospace Butterfly House in Honfleur, flying from tree to tree in search of food. As a frugivorous species whose presence has been …

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Lori des Moluques

The glasshouse team has also been striving to introduce new tropical bird species in 2015. Two female Chattering Lory (Lorius garrulus – Linnaeus 1758) have joined their rainbow lorikeet cousins in the equatorial area. This species native to Indonesia is a very fine-looking bird, of a curious and playful disposition as are all lorikeets. It is …

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The Naturospace has welcomed new exotic plants from the French National Museum of Natural History… which will delight both visitors and our glasshouse residents. Originating from the French National Museum of Natural History’s tropical glasshouses, rare plants have come to enrich this equatorial park which was already the only one of its kind and member …

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