Millions Of Monarch Butterflies Are Headed Straight For New Hampshire This Spring
By Michelle|Published April 02, 2020
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In a life of uncertainties, it’s nice to know that we can always rely on nature to bring some peace, calm and beauty. Every year in New Hampshire we can rely on spring to bring us out of winter, even if that spring takes a while to arrive. One of the other benefits of springtime in New Hampshire is the beautiful Monarch butterfly migration that makes its way through the state.
To learn more about the spring Monarch migration that happens each year, visit the U.S Forest Service website. You can also track them across the country using this interactive map which will even track the migration path from past years.