Monarch Butterflies Sanctuary, Monterey

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    Monarch Butterflies Sanctuary

    by gordonye Updated Jan 6, 2004

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    From November to March of each year millions of Monarch Butterflies over winter in this little place, often perched in huge clusters high up the eucalyptus or Monterey pine trees. When the weather is warmer lots of beautiful butterflies can be seen flying around the nearby area, especially the school playground adjacent to the sanctuary. Bring binoculars. No admission charge.

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    • Eco-Tourism

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