Most of us know that the Land of 10,000 Lakes is an important migratory flyway for many species of birds. But there’s another famous migration that takes place in Minnesota every year. It’s much quieter, but just as beautiful. Millions of monarch butterflies migrate to the North Star State every spring. So, when can we expect the arrival of monarch butterflies in Minnesota? Read on to find out!

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Have you ever spotted monarch butterflies in Minnesota? While these butterflies still arrive by the millions, their numbers are dwindling. For more information about the insects, check out the DNR monarch butterfly page. And for information about attracting the butterflies to your yard, check out the DNR’s butterfly garden page. You can find monarch butterfly garden kits on platforms like Etsy.

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