For many of us, spring is happily welcomed after a long, cold winter. With the warmer days also comes so much good – golden sunshine, later sunsets, and blossoming of flowers. Late spring into early summer also signals the return of monarch butterflies in Rhode Island. Although the number of monarch butterflies has significantly decreased in recent years, there are ways you can help preserve these beloved insects when they arrive in New England.

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Are you looking forward to the return of monarch butterflies in Rhode Island? Do you do anything to attract them to your yard? Let us know in the comments! You can learn more about the monarchs on the Monarch Migration website. You might also want to start preparing for the return of hummingbirds in Rhode Island, too.

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