Millions Of Monarch Butterflies Are Headed Straight For Connecticut This Spring
Spring in Connecticut is a magical time. From our beautiful flowers in bloom to the wonderful festivals that take place all over the state, there’s a lot to love about the Nutmeg State at this time of year. No matter your age, one of the best parts about spring in Connecticut is the colorful arrival of millions of monarch butterflies. These bejeweled little insects are smaller than the palm of your hand, but they annually travel thousands of miles to reach our state. It’s truly one of nature’s most impressive displays.
Do you have a favorite spot to look for monarch butterflies in Connecticut? Make sure to share with your fellow residents in the comments section!
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