There is a tiny museum in Princeton, B.C. Cananda where there is a butterfly collection that was pulled together over one summer a few years ago. All of the butterflies were found within the Princeton - Tulameen area. They are held in a box that was handbuilt from plywood and are humidified with a glass of water at the back.
Butterflies are challenged in the area which is very wild. They have to pass through an area that now is over grown with vineyards. Many grape growers are using pesticides in an area that didn't have agriculture a few years ago.