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Pacific Grove is home to the Monarch Grove Sanctuary. Each winter, thousands of Monarch Butterflies cluster together on the pines and eucalyptus of the Sanctuary. Arriving in October, these hardy insects will over winter until February when they they... 
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mate just before St. Valentines day, then they will join the spring Monarch migration, spreading northward and eastward, hunting for milkweed plants on which to lay their eggs.
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Monarchs of Pacfic Glove

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Pacific Grove is home to the Monarch Grove Sanctuary. Each winter, thousands of Monarch Butterflies cluster together on the pines and eucalyptus of the Sanctuary. Arriving in October, these hardy insects will over winter until February when they they... 
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mate just before St. Valentines day, then they will join the spring Monarch migration, spreading northward and eastward, hunting for milkweed plants on which to lay their eggs.

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FileMONARCHS_0667a_frl.jpg
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Focal Length280 mm
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Pacific Grove is home to the Monarch Grove Sanctuary. Each winter, thousands of Monarch Butterflies cluster together on the pines and eucalyptus of the Sanctuary. Arriving in October, these hardy insects will over winter until February when they they... 
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mate just before St. Valentines day, then they will join the spring Monarch migration, spreading northward and eastward, hunting for milkweed plants on which to lay their eggs.
333Views
4Likes
2Favorites
CategoryNature
Upload DateNov 13, 2011
Dimensions1992px × 1962px
Size458 KB
FileMONARCHS_0667a_frl.jpg
CameraCanon EOS-1D Mark II N
ISO Speed400
Exposure1/3200 sec
Aperturef / 9.0
Focal Length280 mm
FlashDid not Fire
Tags---
FLarson

Monarchs of Pacfic Glove

© FLarson Unfollow

Pacific Grove is home to the Monarch Grove Sanctuary. Each winter, thousands of Monarch Butterflies cluster together on the pines and eucalyptus of the Sanctuary. Arriving in October, these hardy insects will over winter until February when they they... 
View More
mate just before St. Valentines day, then they will join the spring Monarch migration, spreading northward and eastward, hunting for milkweed plants on which to lay their eggs.

CategoryNature
Upload DateNov 13, 2011
Dimensions1992px × 1962px
Size458 KB
FileMONARCHS_0667a_frl.jpg
CameraCanon EOS-1D Mark II N
ISO Speed400
Exposure1/3200 sec
Aperturef / 9.0
Focal Length280 mm
FlashDid not Fire
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