WILD NEW JERSEY: A DC Birding Blog: Monarch Migration
A DC Birding Blog: Monarch Migration
Photo Credit: Dendroica Cerulea
From A DC Birding Blog: "There is a large butterfly bush with white flowers outside my window. On most days I see a few butterflies at it, and some days there are a lot, with multiple species visiting it. On Monday, this bush was covered with Monarchs. I could see at least a dozen at a time, and I could tell that more were present because I cannot see the entire bush from one position, and Monarchs kept arriving and leaving. Normally there will only be one or two Monarchs among the butterflies at the bush, so I think there must have been a major migratory movement on Monday."