Beautiful trail to walk, unfortunately for us the monarchs had already left and we didn't get to see any
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We traveled with my son, daughter-in-law and our grandchildren during Feb/March one of the places we went to see was the Monarch Grove Sanctuary. It was well worth the stop. Every year these butterfly's migrate from the north and stop in this sanctuary during the...More
Although we missed its high season by a month, there were still a few monarchs around, and the beautiful grounds are wroth a visit for the flowers, smell of eucalyptus, and informative signs.
I've visited over the years, and the decline in the monarch population has been sad to witness. Millions in the 1990s and maybe 200,000 in recent years, according to the Natural History Museum. The problem is loss of habitat (milkweed plants) along the migration routes...More
Very short walk from parking lot or street. Binocular on a pedestal gives a great up close look at the butterflies. Neat experience!
We went to see the Monarch butterflies who wintering in this are and particularly at this location. This was the most accessible of all the sights and had the most Monarchs. Please take time to talk with the docents and park volunteers.they are very knowledgeable....More
If you are interested in huge number of butterflies, photography, nature this is a must visit. If you are at right time you can visualize a bunch. Its definitely a treat to photographers, you will get great shots of Monarch flies and if you are...More
We were fortunate to visit during a morning break in a storm. Many of the Monarchs were perched trying to dry off and warm up. So many were at eye level drinking nectar. The clusters were fantastic. A real educational experience for my daughter. The...More
Serenity and Very quiet grove, off the main roads and hidden behind, the can't miss pink, Butterfly Grove Inn, Volunteers are on site to provide the all important answers to your questions, as you gaze up into the the various trees at the clusters of...More