7:45 in the morning. Only one butterfly flying, the rest in small groups (5-10) roosting high in every few pine trees waiting to warm-up in the sun. Hard for me to count, so there could be more than 100, scattered high above in the tips of the branches. I am not a biologist.
[Report moved from Monarch Adult Sighted to Monarch Fall Roost by Journey North, 11/16/2022]
El Segundo, CA
Latitude: 33.9 Longitude: -118.4
Observed by: Susan
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