Get Ready For One Of The Most Massive Monarch Butterfly Migrations We’ve Ever Seen In Texas

We Texans love to watch the bats migrate during the summer, but we don’t pay nearly as much attention to another beautiful creature that does the same thing: the monarch butterfly. These stunning bugs travel to their winter home in Mexico during late September and early October, and we’re lucky enough to have the opportunity to witness it. This year’s migration in particular promises to be one of the most breathtaking yet. Here’s why:

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Have you ever watched a monarch butterfly migration before? Are you going to watch it this year?