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Headline: Monarch Butterfly of Kulm WMD
Description: This large butterfly is one of the most commonly known in the United States. Monarchs are easily identified, though Viceroy butterflies also look similar. Monarchs winter in Mexican forests, but migrate to many parts of North America. Their larvae (caterpillars) feed almost exclusively on milkweeds.

Photo Credit: Krista Lundgren/USFWS
Keywords: Kulm wetland management district, NWR, national wildlife refuge, wildlife, conservation, animals, birding, wetlands, spring, Dickey, LaMoure, Logan, McIntosh, Monarch Butterfly, insects, pollinators,
Categories: Animals/ Wildlife/Birds, Attractions/ National Wildlife Refuges, Outdoor Recreation/ Birding and Wildlife  
Size: 4.83 MB; 5184 x 3456 pixels; 439 x 293 mm (print at 300 DPI); 1372 x 914 mm (screen at 96 DPI);
Date Created: 06/05/2015 16:07
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