Jeanna
Jeanna
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Monarchs in October I Was so Shocked.


There were 4 Monarchs in our flower garden today at one time , Rare
monarchs and bee s in october i was so shocked, flowers, gardening, pets animals
Mess in background is greenhouse in progress
Mess in background is greenhouse in progress
monarchs and bee s in october i was so shocked, flowers, gardening, pets animals
monarchs and bee s in october i was so shocked, flowers, gardening, pets animals
monarchs and bee s in october i was so shocked, flowers, gardening, pets animals
monarchs and bee s in october i was so shocked, flowers, gardening, pets animals
monarchs and bee s in october i was so shocked, flowers, gardening, pets animals
monarchs and bee s in october i was so shocked, flowers, gardening, pets animals
monarchs and bee s in october i was so shocked, flowers, gardening, pets animals
monarchs and bee s in october i was so shocked, flowers, gardening, pets animals
monarchs and bee s in october i was so shocked, flowers, gardening, pets animals
monarchs and bee s in october i was so shocked, flowers, gardening, pets animals
monarchs and bee s in october i was so shocked, flowers, gardening, pets animals
monarchs and bee s in october i was so shocked, flowers, gardening, pets animals
monarchs and bee s in october i was so shocked, flowers, gardening, pets animals
there are 4 Monarchs in this picture, sorry but you have to look close to see them
there are 4 Monarchs in this picture, sorry but you have to look close to see them

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  • Terri Jones
    on Oct 6, 2013

    It is a shame that it is possible that maybe one day we will not see these beautiful creatures. Their numbers have plummeted 80% since just last year alone. The worst threat is probably people cutting down the pine forests in the Mexican mountains where they spend the winter. Also, pesticides that destroy milkweeds in central and eastern North America have hit them very hard. Milkweeds are the only plants on which monarch can lay eggs and are also a food source for them. It will sure be a sad day when they disappear unless something is done to preserve these wonderful creatures of nature.

  • Theresa Shaut
    on Oct 13, 2013

    They love the last bit of sunshine and those colorful zinnias....

    monarchs and bee s in october i was so shocked, flowers, gardening, pets animals
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