Subject: Monarch Migration
Location: Coryell County, TX
October 25, 2016 7:23 pm
Hello, I hope you are both well!
We’ve seen quite a few Monarchs today. I’ve been worried because we haven’t seen very many migrating through this month, but perhaps they are taking a slightly different path this year. The Monarchs are stopping at our Texas Rock Rose, Pavonia lasiopetala, even when the flowers are closing at end-of-day. Weather is warm, 80 degrees, partly cloudy, wind SSW
Here is the link to Journey North website: https://www.learner.org/jnorth/monarch/
Thank you and best wishes!
Signature: Ellen

Monarch

Monarch

Dear Ellen,
Thanks for sending in your wonderful images of a male Monarch.  His scent patches are visible in the flight image.  We were treated to witnessing a Monarch flying past the Washington Monument this past weekend while we were away from the office traveling with Journalism students.

Monarch

Monarch

Male Monarch

Male Monarch

Location: Coryell County, Texas

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