“The home of thousands of butterflies”
Every autumn, thousands of beautiful monarchs flock to the delicately-balanced microclimate of the habitat at the Monarch Grove Sanctuary. They cluster on the trees in thick bunches, looking like triangular dead brown leaves until, warmed by the morning sun, they spread their wings and drift among the branches. The microclimate of the Monarch Grove Sanctuary is composed of Monterey pines and eucalyptus trees in a closed canopy, natural buffering windbreaks, a temperature that remains in the moderate zone all winter, close proximity to nectar sources and morning fog for moisture. The butterflies have endeared themselves to the townspeople in a unique symbiosis. They bring us their grace and beauty in return for their shelter.
Monarch butterflies are only there during the winter season. Right now, it is just a walking path in the garden.
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Monarch Grove Sanctuary
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