Summerland, CA

by Stephanie Dana

On our way to my surprise, I had no idea where we were going. There were so many Pelicans, and the water was very clear.

Can you see the Hummingbird?

“From November to March, monarchs from east of the Rockies converge on oyamel firs high in the mountains of Michoacan, Mexico. Meanwhile, all the monarchs west of the Rockies fly south and west to the U.S. coast, to the last stand of pine, eucalyptus or cypress before the winds they ride blow out to sea. They fly and float on wind currents, covering from 40 to 100 miles a day. They descend on California each November in clouds of orange. Here are 10 places in California to see thousands of the butterflies.” —LA Times

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