Watch In Awe As Millions Of Monarch Butterflies Invade Indiana Later This Spring

The Monarch butterfly migration is coming to Indiana, and if you’re not ready, you’ll miss the whole thing. These creatures pass through the state twice each year, and it’s a lovely sight to see.

Just like birds, these insects go south for the winter and return north during the warmer months, and it’s a cause for celebration. Scroll on for more details.

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