Monarch Butterflies on Cape Cod

September 26, 2012

Here at Tilly’s Nest this week we have been graced by the annual visit of Monarch butterflies on their way to Mexico for the winter. Every year around this time, they flit from blossom to blossom.  Sometimes, I mistake them for the falling leaves at first, and then I notice that they are infatuated with the plantings that I have grown in my yard specifically for butterflies and hummingbirds.  It has paid off, this year the butterflies were abundant.

 

 

 

 

 

Photo Credit: Tilly’s Nest

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  1. Thank you for stopping over at my place and leaving such a wonderful sweet comment. The doily's and thread creations are such a wonderful heritage from our past. I enjoy making them, especially the Vintage patterns…I've added your blog hop to my post there….I meant to do it earlier and got busy washing the kitchen floor….got sidetracked doing home chores LOL…..

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