Danaid Monarch is the only butterfly that migrates. From North America, thousands of Monarchs fly to Mexico every year to spend the winter, breed, and fly back. The duration of the journey is much longer than the duration of their life span, and these butterflies return after wintering in the second generation and flying away. Great-grandchildren. Below are a collection of pictures you can wow your eyes!
Tourists must visit the reserve on sunny days to see them flying. They need to warm up in order to fly. Otherwise, they sit on branches and stay motionless. Due to visits on cloudy days, many tourists leave disappointed.
The danaid monarch is one of the few insects capable of flying across the great Atlantic Ocean.
They are mostly found in North America. Also in Africa, Australia and Sweden, and Spain in Europe. Monarchs can be found in Lake Bennington in Great Britain and in Walla Walla, Washington, the Far East, New Zealand, North Africa, and the Hawaiian Islands. Settled danaid monarchs live in Bermuda, Florida, Arizona, and the Caribbean region, as there is a mild climate all year round.