A Butterfly Migration Super Highway Could Bring Millions Of Monarchs Through Northern California This Fall
Winter is a popular time of year for tourists to visit the Golden State, and they aren’t the only ones. Monarch butterflies make their way in droves down the California coastline as the cold weather settles in, congregating in certain coastal communities until the spring. The sight of these beautiful insects is something we look forward to every year, and it’s a phenomenon you will definitely want to witness for yourself sometime. This year’s monarch butterfly migration has already started, so keep reading to learn all about where you can expect to see these gorgeous creatures.
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