Monarch Fall Roost

Date: 08/30/2021

Number: 100

It's been really interesting seeing the butterflys flying through the yard and resting on our trees. This is the first year I've seen this many!

[Report moved from Monarch PEAK Migration to Monarch Fall Roost by Journey North, 08/31/21]

[Additional information contributed by observer, added by Journey North, 08/31/21]:
They are still here, flitting in our pine trees, and in our pussy willow tree. I was estimating as I was watching them for hours outside and still can :) it’s a wonderful thing. We are not close to the lake but we do have a few hay folds and clover fields around us as well as corn. I’ve. Never seen this before and I’ve been here for 3 years, it’s so amazing to watch. It’s amazing to sit outside and see all the monarchs in the yard. It’s like a fairy tale! There was no wind and the temp has been high here untill today (25-30 f with high humidity rate making it feel like 35-40)

Malahide, ON

Latitude: 42.8 Longitude: -80.9

Observed by: Bobbie-Rose
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