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I'm happy to report that Monarch butterflies have reached San Luis Potosi, Mexico after thousands of miles (Km) of migration travel. They only have a few hundred Km to go to their winter camp. I saw them yesterday at dusk as they were preparing to settle for the night. Unfortunately for the Monarch, soon after, a huge thunderstorm came and it kept raining all night and for today it has been drizzling.
Tall trees with foliage.
Lat: 22.26, Long: -100.71
Spotted on Nov 1, 2013
Submitted on Nov 2, 2013
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