Monarch Butterflies, Mexico Millions of monarch butterflies travel to ancestral winter roosts in Mexico?s shrinking mountain fir forests. Photograph by Joel Sartore, National Geographic photographer. Zebras, Botswana In Botswana, one
Monarchs in Their Millions (Mexico). Canopies of golden-orange butterflies cover the forests and hillsides in the Reserva Mariposa Monarca (Monarch Butterfly Reserve), perhaps Mexico’s most astonishing yearly natural phenomenon. – November to March.
How beautiful! Blue morpho butterflies congregate on a tree. There are over 80 species of butterflies in the genus Morpho. They are tropical butterflies found mostly in South America as well as Mexico and Central America.
butterfly migration in Mexico. Millions of these amazing insects fly every year towards Mexico when winter sets on the south part of Canada and North of USA. to find a warmer place to live and reproduce.