Monday, October 3, 2016
Monarch Butterflies Flutter Across Texas in Autumn
Monarch Butterflies must begin their journey each fall ahead of cold weather. They travel 3,000 miles from their summer home in the Rocky Mountains and migrate south to Mexico for warmer weather to wait out the winter months. They fly through Texas in the month of October.
So when you see orange and white polka dotted butterflies flutter by, remember the journey they must make to get there.