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Chris Oliveira

All I can say is, wow!!

Vicki in Michigan

What a great place to visit! Thank you for taking us along. :-)

jeanette sclar

Next time you see one of those caterpillars, very gently touch on top of the head end with your finger. He will stick out his slimy looking horns! Please don't ask how I came by this information.

jeanette sclar

PS. The horns are bright orange !

jacki long

Gorgeous photos Carol, nature is divine!


It's so hard to believe that an ugly caterpillar will turn into a gorgeous flutterby!
On the campus of UCSD near LaJolla, CA the Monarch butterflies cover the eucalyptus trees during their migration. There are millions of them. Really a sight to see.

Love all the photos.

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