Many of us spend the cold days of winter in Pennsylvania counting down to the sunshine and flowers of spring. Spring is all about rebirth and the return of the ruby-throated hummingbird, spring peepers, and monarch butterflies in Pennsylvania. However, we might not see as many monarch butterflies as in previous years as they are considered by some an endangered species.

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Do you normally see monarch butterflies in your yard? Are you concerned about the future of monarch butterflies in Pennsylvania? Join the conversation in the comments! Spring also means the arrival of ruby-throated hummingbirds in Pennsylvania, and you can easily attract them to your yard with a bird feeder.

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