Monarch Butterflies, Pacific Grove, California




Many hundreds of thousands of Monarch Butterflies fly 2,500 miles in an arduous one month journey to arrive in Pacific Grove each fall. After the journey, they must rest before they begin the regeneration of their amazing five generation annual life cycle. They hang in clusters until the weather is warm enough to fly. Once warm enough, they move around to eat nectar from trees and other plants. Click here for a high resolution version of this picture:   (Hi-Res)




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