Monarch Egg (FIRST sighted)

Date: 04/20/2021

Number: 1

As I was leaving from a volunteer shift at the Virginia Living Museum [aka Monarch Waystation #299], I passed a bed of common milkweeds in the traffic circle and briefly watched a wing-tattered, faded female monarch flying low. This was MY first monarch sighting. She landed on a few milkweeds to investigate, bask briefly, then to another. I saw her lay one egg, then fly off. At the time I had nothing to take a photo with, I had just dropped off something for someone and was heading to the car with only my keys. Still an "egg-citing" find!

Newport News, VA

Latitude: 37.1 Longitude: -76.5

Observed by: Judy
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