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Monarch PEAK Migration

Date: 09/14/2021

Number: 200

Hundreds of monarchs flying West at 3:30 p

[Additional information contributed by observer, added by Journey North, 09/15/21]:

We were at Cedar beach at the north side of Long Island. We reach easterly into the Atlantic. We watched them for about 2&1/2 hours. They came in groups of 10 or 12. They were snout10 or 12 feet above the ground, heading West ( which is good, because 10 miles South is the Ocean!) the wind was favorably from the North. I was back to the same area today, the wind had changed. Saw a dozen or so in the cedar forest. I believe the ones the day before my have been looking for a roost. When the wind is favorable again, I will check it out.

Belle Terre, Suffolk County

Latitude: 41 Longitude: -73.1

Observed by: Dana
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