The last generation of Monarchs are busy collecting nectar in Wisconsin for their long migration to Mexico.
From now until October you will see less Monarchs in the fields and meadows.
At some point, according to an internal clock perhaps; the monarch butterflies begin to migrate. It wasn’t until the mid-70’s that anyone knew where.
They Fly to Mexico
Then, the August 1976 cover story in National Geographic proclaimed they had found out where. One location the butterflies migrate in 100’s of thousands is Angangueo, Mexico.
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