A Butterfly Migration Super Highway Could Bring Millions Of Monarchs Through New Hampshire This Fall
By Michelle|Published September 05, 2020
Michelle's life is a colorful map of exploration and adventure. From the iconic streets of New York to the sunny shores of Florida, the jagged coast of Maine to the rugged terrain of Montana, she's been fortunate to call some of America's most beautiful states home. Beyond the U.S., Michelle's wanderlust has taken her on a motorcycle journey through India, led her to teach English in Hanoi, and saw her studying Spanish in Guatemala. Michelle graduated with a communications degree from the S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and in addition to a career in advertising has worked with OnlyInYourState since 2016, where her love for travel and storytelling converges. Alongside writing and exploring, Michelle finds joy in photography, staying active, and time with her family.
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A lot of people are ready to see the end of 2020 hoping that 2021 will bring a bit more calm to the world. While we’re not necessarily disagreeing with that idea, we do like to see some of the good things that 2020 has brought. From where we sit, New Hampshire has really made the best of this. The state has proven to be the same beauty we always knew it to be, and if you look hard enough you’ll find some special things. On that list is the annual fall migration of the Monarch butterflies, which might allow us to see these beauties up-close. Here’s the lowdown!