Every spring the Monarch butterfly leaves sunny California
and heads north-east over the Rockies.
Some of the Monarchs fly as far as Southern Ontario, covering over 3,000
miles in the world's longest butterfly migration, then come fall, they fly back
to California again.
The Monarchs have been spotted flying at elevations of 10,000 feet and can
cover 100 miles in a single day.
The Monarch Butterfly
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