Monarch Fall Roost
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Date: 10/25/2017

Number: 100

Many monarchs seen flying over vegetation, and some perched, on cool morning (overnight temperature in high 40's F). They were most numerous around a wooded berm above shoreline. The berm is on a manmade island over 40 years old, vegetated with Chinese tallow, toothache tree, and various shrubs. We observed an overnight roost here Oct 28, 2015, and believe the same area is being used this year.

Pascagoula, MS

Latitude: 30.3 Longitude: -88.6

Observed by: Janet
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