If you have never witnessed the Monarch butterfly migration from Toronto then let me try and explain. Imagine being down at the beach and noticing one lovely orange and black butterfly flitting by. This might excite you, and you might say “Hey, look a butterfly!” Now imagine that you notice a second butterfly, a third, a fourth…50…100 orange and black butterflies sailing along in the breeze. This is the Monarch migration. It is stunning. In fact you can read and see what I mean in the post my friend Kari has written on her site ActiveKidsClub.com. The photos are stunning.
6. turn the butterfly over and tape one penny on the top of each wing (near the “head”)…the pennies must be parallel