Llewyn Talbot, 2, is entranced by the field of flowers found at Cleveland Metroparks Huntington Reservation. This is the second year for the wildflower field. Llewyn, son of Courtney and John Talbot of Bay Village, is looking at a type of coreopsis flower called tickseed. Large numbers of monarch butterflies also are attracted to the field, as well as swallowtail butterflies, silver-spotted skippers, pearl crescent butterflies, indigo buntings, goldfinches and hummingbirds. Also pictured is Nina Waitzman of Avon watching flying monarchs.

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