Monarch Adult Sighted

Date: 07/10/2021

Number: 1

While visiting Allegany State Park, my husband and I checked an area created for pollinating insects. There is a large field filled with various sun loving plants with common milkweed in abundance. Educational signs are posted along the trails about the importance of pollinators. A special emphasis is placed on monarch butterflies.

The milkweed blooms are fresh.

The day was warm and calm with sun and clouds.

I saw just one monarch adult siping nectar, a male.

This site is registered as a Monarch WayStation with Monarch Watch. #12308

Town of Red House, NY

Latitude: 42.1 Longitude: -78.7

Observed by: Donna
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