A Butterfly Migration Super Highway Could Bring Millions Of Monarchs Through South Carolina This Fall

Each fall, millions upon millions of monarch butterflies migrate from their summer roosts found in Canada and the northern region of North America to a number of main destinations in both Mexico and the U.S., where they overwinter until spring returns. The phenomenon is fascinating and is studied by experts worldwide.

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Do you believe seeing one (or more) is a symbol of rebirth and transformation? We’d love to know the answer to either (or both), so feel free to join the conversation in our comments!

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