On the Monarch Butterfly Trail

Event Monarch Sighting
Number 3
Date of Sighting 09/12/11
Comments A male monarch flew into a Jack pine tree to rest. Then another monarch came
to the trees for the same purpose. Later in the day I saw one more monarch
flitting around the garden of milkweed and native wildflowers. It is late for
monarchs to be here. I hope they leave before the weather changes later this
week.
Location Minong
State/Province WI
Latitude 46.11
Longitude -91.81
E-mail email
this observer
(—-@centurytel.net)
Observer’s First Name Mary Ellen
Observer’s Last Name Ryall
Teacher’s First Name Mary Ellen
Teacher’s Last Name Ryall
Grade
School Monarch Butterfly Habitat
City Minong
State/Province WI

American Rivers : Elwha River Restoration: Background and History

May rivers run free. Here is a success story of the Elwha River and restoration back to natural life. The project gives hope to citizens and native people alike. The dismantling of Glines Canyon dam will allow the water to run where it can do the most good. This is natural habitat for wild salmon and other species. Let the rivers run free!

 

American Rivers : Elwha River Restoration: Background and History.