The Monarch Butterfly


          The Monarch Butterfly

  • Monarch Butterflies are recognized by their bright orange and black pattern
  • Monarch Butterflies can travel approximately 3,000 - 4,000 kilometers (Phew! I'm tired already!) and they follow the same migration pattern every year!
  • Monarch Butterflies drink nectar from different flowers, this nectar is a vital source of energy
  • Looking for a Monarch Butterfly?  Find a Milkweed plant and your chances are very high!  
  • The adult female Monarch Butterflies lay their eggs on the underside of milkweed leaves

You can find more information about Monarch Butterflies at your local library!


You can also purchase a Monarch Butterfly Night Light on our website
Click on the image below for details


 Here's wishing you butterfly wishes and a fun filled day!


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