Watch In Awe As Millions Of Monarch Butterflies Invade Maine Later This Spring
One of the things we can always count on is nature. Whether she’s consistent or surprising, we can always be sure that there will be some form of beauty we can take in. And in Maine, Mother Nature has a little something special up her sleeve each spring and fall. The annual Monarch migration takes place twice a year and, to some people’s surprise, we can catch them all the way up here in Maine!
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For more information on the annual spring Monarch migration, check out the U.S Forest Service website. You can also track them in real-time using this interactive map! You can even track the migration path from past years.
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