Goderich, ON (44N, -82W)
We have a few acres of alfalfa to the north that the Monarchs are
flying around. Last night I was mowing and the Monarchs started
to swarm all above me - quite the sight. I then went out when it
was just light enough to make them out and they all were hanging
in the trees - calm as could be. Nightfall comes and they hang in
the trees as if they are hiding.
San Angelo, TX (32N, -101W)
I noticed several monarchs any time I was outside. I was in and
out all day from 7:00 am until sunset. They are coming to water
sprinklers and resting in the trees in the yard.
Suches, GA (35N, -84W)
On Monday Johnah saw a monarch flying by our butterfly garden. Rebecca
saw 2 monarchs resting on a wildflower. Kianna saw a monarch in
Prairie City, IA (42N, -94W)
The monarch butterfly migration is under way across central Iowa.
In two hours and 40 minutes, we counted 251 monarchs at Neal Smith
National Wildlife Refuge near Prairie City, Iowa. They primarily
were nectaring on tickseed
sunflowers, the favorite wildflower for the monarchs at this
time of the year.
you find others?
Look for more signs that fall migration is underway!