A few weeks ago there was chatter on facebook about Monarch Butterflies going thru Cape May area.
Jeffrey Gordon said on facebook he was going out to look at them. Others in the area mentioned thousands going thru.
I have never been to Cape May to see this Phenomena, but I sure would love to see it happen.
Now that's allot of butterflies.
“Louise Zemaitis, Field Coordinator for the Cape May Bird Observatory, tells us about the fall Monarch Butterfly migration. Cape May County is a prime location to watch this phenomenon, Stone Harbor Point being an active spot.”
And this next video is from the New York Times
When Jeff and I were in wintering near Pismo beach we were able to see thousands of Monarchs that winter in clusters on the Eucalyptus trees.
It was an amazing sight.
Check out the this link. I have read a few bloggers posts who have raised Monarchs.
One that comes first to mind is..
You must read her blog posts about her experience raising and tagging Monarchs.
An Excellent Read.
And if you haven't had enough check out the butterfly articles below.