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Mexico's Monarch Butterflies Stories & Articles

Experience what it’s like to watch millions of monarchs take flight in the forest, and stand surrounded by gossamer wings glinting in the sunlight. Learn the myths and mysteries behind this spellbinding phenomenon. Discover the butterfly encounters of Nat Hab travelers and staff in these exhilarating accounts of the monarch migration. The links below open each article in a new tab.
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Myth and Mystery in Mexico’s Monarch Kingdom

Myth and Mystery in Mexico’s Monarch Kingdom

—By Wendy Redal
Each year around El Día de los Muertos, the sky over the Mexican mountain village of Anguangeo becomes a flurry of orange. Picture millions of monarchs...
5 Fascinating Facts about the Monarch Butterfly

5 Fascinating Facts about the Monarch Butterfly

—By Peter Davis Krahenbuhl
Arguably among the most beautiful of all butterfly species, the North American monarch isn’t just another pretty face. Here are some amazing facts...
Butterfly Beauty in Numbers

Butterfly Beauty in Numbers

—By Kate Willingham
Earlier this year, I had the rare opportunity to join one of Natural Habitat Adventure’s Kingdom of the Monarchs trips. As you can imagine, I was...
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