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Wintering monarchs in San diego

Posted by Ibphil51 none (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 14, 14 at 16:44

I am on my last cycle of monarchs this year and I wondered where they migrate to. I heard somewhere that monarchs just stay here. Does that mean that they in the trees somewhere? Any one have any Info on this? I'd like to check it out.


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RE: Wintering monarchs in San diego

I'd like to know the same thing about South Florida. No one seems to know the answer.

Jane


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RE: Wintering monarchs in San diego

Western Monarchs winter near the coast throughout California. I believe somewhere near Santa Cruz draws a large winter gathering. I have included a link to several spots closer to San Diego.

Here is a link that might be useful: Two SoCal Wintering Locations


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RE: Wintering monarchs in San diego

We have a non-migratory group of Monarchs in south and south-central Florida. If there isn't a hard freeze I will have Monarchs all year long. I live in Central Florida, about twenty miles due west of Orlando.

The vast majority of Monarchs in the USA migrate to and from Mexico. I believe the migration back to Mexico is going to start soon, if it hasn't already begun.


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