Fall Migration: Monarchs

In the entire world, no butterflies migrate like the monarchs of North America. They travel much farther than all other tropical butterflies, up to 3,000 miles. Monarchs are passing through Ohio, so be on the lookout as they make their way to Mexico! Monarchs embarking on this long journey require nectar producing plants. Asters and goldenrod are two great nectar sources this time of year

Keep up with the latest on this year’s monarch migration in Journey North’s Migration News: http://www.learner.org/jnorth/monarchs/news

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