Michael Copley of The Record wrote in part:
While families and others were able to take in the winged-wonders under a blue sky, butterfly day also was a showcase of the environmental restoration that’s transformed the Meadowlands from a dump into a sanctuary.
“The day is about celebrating the environment here,” said Don Torino of the Bergen County Audubon Society. “The butterfly is like the canary in the coal mine – it’s a good way of demonstrating what the area has become.” The link Michael Copley's article in The Record's is here.
Miles Ma of The Star-Ledger and NJ.com wrote:
"Fostering that kinship between families and nature is one of the goals of Butterfly Day in DeKorte Park, held on a sunny Sunday by the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission. The Smilon family was among more than 400 visitors expected at the park. [Note: The event ultimately drew more than 650 people.]
The link to Miles Ma's story on NJ.com, and lots of photos, is here.
Finally, there's a terrific video by Colleen Hagerty on NY1 — the link is here.