Monarch Migration

There is a state park in Santa Cruz, Natural Bridges, where thousands of monarchs spend their winter. They are attracted to a stand of Eucalyptus trees in a narrow canyon just off the coast. There is a trail down into the canyon where you can gaze that the clumps of butterflies up in the trees. As the temperature warms up many of them take flight and go from tree to tree.

Butterflies. Photo credit: Andrew.
Those are all clumps of butterflies. Photo credit: Andrew.
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Playing in a different stand of Eucalyptus trees.

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