Monarch PEAK Migration
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Date: 10/02/2017

Number: 300

We were pleasantly surprised Monday (Oct. 2) to see an arrival of monarchs in to Cape May. They were migrating through the dunes, along the sandy beaches and into the goldenrod patches to nectar from about noon til dusk. In one patch of goldenrod we counted about 300 plus. No big roosts last night but many smaller ones. They are still here today, Tuesday, October 3rd in the dune goldenrod fueling up.

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Cape May, NJ

Latitude: 38.9 Longitude: -74.9

Observed by: Paige
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