Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2017 16:23:48 -0400
From: George Boettner <boettner...>
Subject: Re: [MassLep] Monarchs in Canada
They often end up in huge numbers at Pt. Pelee, and stay until the
winds are heading from the North East to the South West and then go in a
big group across. Its fabulous to be there when it happens.
ECO Dept., UMASS-Amherst
On 2017-09-18 07:54, Nan Wilson wrote:
> I was in the northwest suburbs of Toronto this past weekend. We drove
> east along the northern route along Lake Ontario to come back to
> Albany NY. I saw Monarchs all along the way. Not a lot but definitely
> there, flying over the car, nectaring on a profusion of goldenrod and
> In the northwest of Toronto, Calendon, we were seeing Monarchs. It
> made me wonder if they fly across Lake Erie or Lake Ontario to head
> south. And do they instead fly along the strip of land between the two
> Just thinkin'.
> Nan Wilson
> Sent from my iPhone
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