3 Top Places to Watch Butterflies as They Migrate

If you are looking for the best sites to watch kingdoms of butterflies as they migrate, you came to the right place. That is not to say you are not already aware of some of such places. Choosing the best for you will not be a bad idea. Be free to refine this list with your own additions because at the end of the day, the aim is for you to enjoy the best.



The focus here is the monarch butterflies that usually migrate from Canada to winters of Mexico. Being in the US therefore means you will get to enjoy the best of both places. Just as a background of these butterflies, they usually spend days travelling the whole distance during the day and resting for the nights. They can easily cover a hundred miles a day during this migration. They are identified by orange and black shades. During their resting periods, they adore the trees and shrubs around the area with these colors.



The places best for this outstanding sight is all the state parks and reserves that are at the coast of California. These parks lie in the route of the butterflies.



If you are Point Pelee National Park is one of the best 3 parks to view the outstanding beauty of nature. If you are also around Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge, close in to the Marble Falls. This usually happens at around 13th October between 8 am – 4 pm.



One other site to add to your list if you are around the coast of Florida is near the Gulf to Mexico. This usually happens Mid October.

 

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