The butterflies are just so beautiful and they are everywhere. This is a must see when in the area. Totally amazing.
This place is very beautiful and wonderful. Amazing to see so many beautiful Monarch butterflies in one place. From the stats, it appears that their numbers are diminishing every year. So don't miss this.
Loved the walk here, it was so calm and peaceful and got to see monarch butterflies! Loved. Have to walk down a path in order to get to beach, but it is so peaceful would love to go again.
The docent volunteers will defiantly entertain and teach you about butterfly migration and the life of a butterfly, The butterflies themselves are beautiful.
I try to take chance to go over there on March 9 but can not beat the nature clock, nothing left! a sigh told me the watching season from Nov - Feb, Just drive down south less than one mile there is a beautiful beach, you may enjoy it before Summer come!
2-27-14 we stopped and parked by the railroad tracks, hoping to get a glimpse of the leftover butterflies. We walked the path and seen quite a few. Beautiful walk through the grove.
On a beautiful Sunny Day, Butterflies were out! Easy Access and a nice grove and place to visit. Admission was FREE. We truly enjoyed the hundreds of butterflies!
In January and February you can experience one of natures wonders. The butterflies migrate as much as 2,500 miles to their winter habitats. While the decline in numbers has been huge in the last few years, experiencing the beauty of these delicate creatures is inspiring.
Earlier in the morning probably wasn't the best time to go to this area. Although the only sightings of monarch butterflies we saw were through the provided telescopes and a few on the ground, there was no actual opportunity to take any good photos. The women handling the souvenirs were super nice and humorous.
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