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I little update on our friend the Monarch Butterlfy (video)

 
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I try to leave as much milkweed in the fields as I can just so I can watch these little guys do their thing. There were a lot of them for the first years I lived here. Despite my milkweed "gardens" I only saw two adult Monarchs last summer.



 
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