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Preserving The Monarch Butterflies

Protecting The Monarch Butterfly  Spotting locations

The last several years have caused concern among scientists who focus their studies on Lepidoptera (moths and butterflies). Monarch butterflies had been rapidly shrinking in numbers as adverse weather and immediately diminishing habitats threatened their natural migration.

Last year new hope presented itself in Mexico for the Monarchs. As the numbers of overwintering butterflies were significantly higher than in the years before.

The Mexican Monarch Population

Best Monarch Spotting LocationsThe World Wildlife Fund announced the Monarchs took up ten acres of park land in Mexico. Which is three times as much land as last year?

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North American Migration Of The Monarchs

Best Monarchs Butterfly Spotting Locations Is North American

One of the most magnificent wonders of the animal kingdom occurs every year and only in North America. It is the famous Monarch butterfly migration! They are the only insects on the planet known to leave their homes in Autumn. Once temperatures drop and head South until the weather at their home warms up again. Some of the butterflies fly all the way from Canada to Mexico to spend the Winter there before returning home.

Sadly, twenty years ago no one had to plan out visiting a location to see plenty … Read More

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Where To See Monarch Butterflies In Action – 7 Places Not Be Missed

 7 Best Butterfly Spotting Locations For Monarch Butterfly

The Monarch butterfly is perhaps the most easily recognized type of butterfly in North America. People who have a hobby of watching butterflies are likely already aware that Monarch populations are dying out quickly; the population has decreased ninety percent over the last twenty years.

This sad phenomenon relates to problems that they are now facing during their flight from Canada to Mexico. Monarchs are the only species of butterflies to complete a two-way migration. It means they leave their homes up North for warmer climates down South. When the seasons change … Read More

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Monarch Butterfly And Pollinator Festival Information

Pollinator Festival And Monarch Butterfly Spotting Locations

The Monarch Butterfly and Pollinator Festival held on October 21st and 22nd in San Antonio. This unforgettable event is strategically planned to coincide with the week. That Monarch migration predicted to its highest in Texas.

Texas Butterfly Ranch

Texas Butterfly Spotting LocationsThe event organized by Texas Butterfly Ranch and will be a celebration of the beauty of nature. The wondrous journey of the Monarch butterflies from Canada to Mexico and can be seen in action every year around the same time.

The National Wildlife Federation has named San Antonio America’s first and only Monarch Champion … Read More

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New Residents In Berkeley Aquatic Park – The Monarch Butterflies

The Monarch Butterfly Locations In Berkeley Aquatic Park

October 2015 was strange, but a wonderful month for Berkeley, California. Tips were coming in from multiple sources that small fish were jumping in the waters at the Aquatic Park. Less than a month later, another tip came in that clusters of Monarch butterflies. These Were seen in hanging like pendants off of tree branches.

There are over two hundred sites in California. That is known to be useful for spotting the Monarchs during the Fall and Winter months. Most are in places close to the Pacific Ocean, where there is … Read More

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