Saltillo: moths herald passage of Monarch butterfly

The passage of the Monarch butterfly is expected to begin in mid-October and early November

small groups of colorful moths and butterflies have flown over parks and gardens in the city of Saltillo announcing the passage of monarch butterfly which will start approximately fifteen days from now, according to Jerome Chavezplatform project manager royal mail that records monarch butterfly sightings in Mexico.

The transit peaks of the monarchs, he says, are framed from the second week of October and the first days of November.

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He also recalled that the Southeast Region of Coahuila It is part of the butterfly flow strip that is identified from Tamaulipas to our entity.

$! Cars are asked to reduce their speed on roads and avenues where butterflies are observed to avoid being run over.

Cars are asked to reduce their speed on roads and avenues where butterflies are observed to prevent them from being run over.

According to the expert, in Mexico there are records from 1907 of the transit of the Monarch for its hibernation stage in the forested area of Michoacan where they shelter from winter temperatures.

The trip they undertake is up to four thousand kilometers, starting mainly from Canada Y USA to the center of Mexico.

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But Monarchs passing through the Southeast Region of Coahuila with a miracle of nature, as they travel thousands of kilometers surviving different temperatures, difficult terrain and facing their main predator: the human being.

$! The Southeast Region of Coahuila is part of the butterfly flow strip that is identified from Tamaulipas to our entity.

The Southeast Region of Coahuila is part of the butterfly flow strip that is identified from Tamaulipas to our entity.

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Faced with the next arrival of the Monarch butterfly, specialists recommend observing them without handling them, disturbing them and never catching them.

Cars are also asked to reduce their speed on roads and avenues where sightings of butterflies to prevent them from being run over.

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