Monarch Life Cycle Photographs

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    Anonymous
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    Every fall as Monarchs migrate they pass through my area (southern California) and lay eggs on the milkweed in my backyard. I have to keep an eye on the weather report for if it freezes they all die. I’ve learned to grow some milkweed in pots and if a freeze is imminent I bring the little guys into the warm house. Over the years I’ve photographed them and you can see the pictures at:

    http://www.wyllz.com/id177.htm

    William

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    Anonymous
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    Great photos, William – what a fabulous compilation – must have taken ages to do. Thanks for sharing.
    Best
    Trisha

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    Pincott
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    Well done William–well done indeed. It must have taken great patience and patient selection to assemble those photographs that tell the story so very well. I’ve spread the word among my small network of enthusiasts and will inform the local schools when they re-open in February. Raumati Ron

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    Jacqui
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    Great photos, William. Fantastic work, and thank you for sharing them with us.

    Jacqui

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    Swansong
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    Nice photos William. Good on you for bringing them in when it freezes too.

    Cheers
    Swansong

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