Raise Monarch Migration Butterflies

Join  Monarch Enthusiasts throughout North America In Raising Butterflies for the Great Fall Migration — While Discovering ‘The Easy Way’ To Raise Monarchs

Raise Monarch Butterflies for the Fall Monarch Migration

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Monarch Survival Rate soar to Over 95%!

  • Suggested caterpillar cages and raising accessories
  • Milkweed options for the monarch migration generation
  • The easiest way to find and collect eggs
  • Alternative egg & caterpillar resources
  • Discover the missing link for healthy monarchs
  • How to avoid losing baby monarch caterpillars
  • Caring for larger caterpillars
  • Handling monarch caterpillars 101
  • Chrysalis care
  • Release techniques for safe and healthy butterflies
  • Milkweed ideas for fall planting
In 2014, the record-low population of monarch butterflies needs your help to survive more than ever. Here’s how you can help
raise the struggling monarch population now…

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  • My best tips for raising the monarch migration generation starting in late August 2014

 

  • Timely, informative butterfly garden tips throughout the year

 

  • Butterfly garden ideas that bring home more butterflies

 

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I look forward to sharing a magical monarch experience.

Your Monarch Guide,
Tony G.

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Comments

  1. Lisa says

    Dear Tony,

    I live in St. Petersburg Florida and I am very interested in starting a butterfly garden. I also want to help save the Monarch Migration, but I need to know if I am in an ideal place to start this?

    Thank you
    Lisa

    • says

      Hi Lisa, there is a year round population of monarchs that exists in South and Central Florida…however some of the butterflies in your region are probably more adventurous in journeying both north and south. Some of these butterflies could migrate OR mate with other butterflies producing children/grandchildren that will! While you might not be in a prime region for migration monarchs, you can most definitely have a positive effect on the monarch migration.

  2. Bobby Michael says

    I live on the Big Island of HAWAII one acre of land at 1400 ft elevation. I have been growing monarchs at least 10 years, mostly successfully.

    It rarely gets below 70 deg. fahrenheit. We have monarchs year round I started with crown flowers, and have supplemented with Asclepias in several VARIETIES. There is even a variety with blue flowers. I have ordered 3000 seeds, of the cheapest yellow and yellow/orange seeds, and intend to spread them in good spots in the neighborhood like bobby apple seed.

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