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Re: Butterfly population

Andrea, I have already seen one Monarch butterfly.  I was astounded that it 
was so early, especially since we've had a pretty cool, late spring.  I have 
seen several of the dark ones - Admirals? and some little cabbage moths.  And 
one hummingbird moth.  Usually they 
don't appear in great numbers until the weather is pretty consistently hot, 
but this has 
been a very strange season so far, so who knows what will happen.
Auralie - Z5 - NY

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