Monarch Butterfly photos from National Geographic

Monarch Butterfly photos from National Geographic

This Monarch gathers nectar and pollinates blue asters in fall. If you’d like to see National Geographic photos that show the emergence of a Monarch butterfly from a chrysalis to adult, the link is below. Monarchs and other butterflies are pollinators of our favorite summer flowers. http://www.nationalgeographic.com/great-migrations-educator-resources/gallery/monarchs/#/monarch-butterfly-emerges_24313_600x450.jpg

One thought on “Monarch Butterfly photos from National Geographic

  1. One day, several years ago, a large number of Monarchs flew through town and happened to go through my back yard. I went out and stood in the middle of them. I felt as though I were in an enchanted place.

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