He arrived in the Butterflies & Blooms Briar Patch Habitat, exhausted, but zero bird-struck. He reminds of a man in his early ’50’s, buff, handsome but no longer a 30-ish strongman.
Presuming that he stayed here in Eatonton, Georgia, to spend time with the butterfly whiz, Virginia C Linch, at this butterfly oasis, that in itself raises questions.
When he flew from Texas to Louisiana, why didn’t he remain there, for the weeks that he had to enjoy?
When he left Louisiana, and flew to Yazoo, why didn’t he stay there, in their wonderful National Wildlife Refuge? I was there once, and like it much.
The Delta didn’t do it for our Monarch, then how could he not fall in love with his next stop, Alabama?
Why’d he leave Alabama and fly those hundreds of miles to Virginia’s Briar Patch Habitat?
Did he leave Eatonton and fly to Marcie’s Summerville, South Carolina?
I’m guessing that he lived out the rest of his days here, in the Briar Patch habitat
You’re urged to explain all of this to us, to me.
2 thoughts on “Why Didn’t Our Monarch Make His Home In Alabama?”
Jeff, has this individual been tagged?
No Jock, he had no tag.
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