This site used to host HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of monarchs roosting and nectaring. There were plentiful larvae all summer long too.
The lot was sold a few years ago to a neighbor who tore down the grass, sumac, and milkweed. This year a few to several thousand showed up, about 2 weeks late. They've come to this site all my life- can something be done to help them?
Editor's note: contacted observer for more information on this sighting
Houghton Lake, MI
Latitude: 44.4 Longitude: -84.8
Observed by: Ashleigh
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