Monarch PEAK Migration

Date: 09/04/2020

Number: 200

Monarch's everywhere near the Jock River. Not sure what you call it. Literally hundreds, in tree's, flying around, on the alfalfa. Everywhere.

I was walking two newfoundland dogs so we didn't stick around for long. Maybe 10 minutes. I counted about 100 of them and there was at least double that if not more, i estimated low I think. Most of them were sitting in bushes by the side of a field the rest of them were flying over said field of clover. It looked like they were feeding on the purple flowers on the clover. I went back the next day and they were gone except for a few stragglers. I'll try again today (9/7/20) just to see if they maybe moved on farther down the river, there are several little groves along the river.

Ottawa, ON

Latitude: 45.2 Longitude: -76

Observed by: oleh
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