5/16/18

Monarchs and WATW


Missy and I happened upon monarchs in Hawera Park. They were congregating on one tree, dozens of them and more coming in each minute! I remembered seeing many more in the same park a couple of years ago but there were hundreds. There must be a connection that warrants more investigation.

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16 comments:

Jeanna said...

That's incredible, you must have wondered what they were at first and noticed some movement?

Tom said...

...Monarchs are always a wonderful sight!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Monarchs congregating in a tree are incredible! I hope they do well this year in their migration.

rupam sarma said...

wow amazing. Great captured.

jeannettestgermain said...

What a beautiful sight! - standing in front of a tree with all these butterflies must be even more impressive!

Margaret Adamson said...

WOW! AMAZING to have seen thos in that number

Raquel Jiménez Lastras said...

Menudo espectáculo tantas mariposas juntas!!!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Whatever the reason, it's a joy to have seen! YAM xx

facile et beau - Gusta said...

AMAZING!!!!!!

Mary K.- The Boondocks Blog said...

I have never seen anything like that before. It is a beautiful shot.

Sharon Wagner said...

So many! That's cool.

Lydia C. Lee said...

They're like flowers - how gorgeous!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

It is so good to see Monarchs. I have read they are in danger in many places because of over development and lack of the milkweed that is their feed.

Your picture is stunning. Thank you so much for hosting WATW.

Pea bea said...

How beautiful they make the tree. We hardly see them like we use to. I need to plant more things that attract.

Peabea from Peabea Scribbles

Gattina said...

Unbelievable ! Never seen that, so beautiful !

Sharon said...

Oh, my -- these don't even look real. I think I would be startled if one flew away. How beautiful!