Monarch Count

Volunteers looks for monarch eggs and caterpillars during a monarch count at Metea County Park Monday. Since monarch eggs and caterpillars are now the generation that will be migrating to Mexico, Metea is bring them indoors to be raised in safety and tagging the butterflies

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Monarch count at Metea

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Home-schooler Nathan Bailey, 15, looks for monarch eggs and caterpillars during a monarch count Monday at Metea County Park. Since this generation of monarch eggs and caterpillars will migrate to Mexico, Metea is bringing them indoors to be raised in safety and tagging the butterflies before releasing them.

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