Magic of Monarch Migration What do you wonder about monarch migration? . This is a monarch butterfly. Monarchs are international travelers. . Monarchs fly from Canada and the United States to spend the winter in Mexico. This trip is called migration. Monarchs migrate as far as 3,000 miles. . Monarchs find their winter home in Mexico like magic. They fly to a place they have never been before. . The butterflies arrive in Mexico in November. Children look forward to the monarchs’ return every fall. . The monarchs hang in trees in Mexico for the winter. The forest shelters them. . The monarchs leave Mexico in the spring. Their migration begins in March. The monarchs become international travelers once again. . Children in Mexico, the United States, and Canada track migrating monarchs each fall and spring. . Report your monarch sightings to Journey North and help track migration. . Companion Resources Journal Photo Gallery Text Parent Letter Teaching Suggestions Driving Question What do you wonder about monarch migration?