Every now and again, visitors to Key West need a break from the torrid island place. The best place to do so, while still awake, is the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservancy. It is perfectly situated at the southern end of Duval Street to provide respite from all that street has to offer.
I’m pretty sure this will score way down on the Sympathy Scale, but it has been quite chilly during our visit – 50s and 60s – so the Conservancy also offered an opportunity to warm up a bit. Here are a few of the residents of the Conservancy: