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By Chris MacDonald, HB Local News columnist, photographer, blogger
In Orange County where “monarch” is most often associated with Monarch Beach, a bright orange butterfly with wings that look like stained glass patterns, also is celebrated. Many volunteers are trying to help the winged creature thrive and find a home in Orange County where the butterfly [...]

04 Jul, 2009

Monarch Butterflies Excel in Leslie’s Care

Posted by: Beach Reporter In: beaches| california| events

Monarchs butterflies take care of themselves, right? Not so, says Leslie Gilson of Huntington Beach, California.  But placed in her tender loving care, some are thriving and reaching their potential in a life that lasts generally only 2 to 6 weeks as an adult. The impassioned woman who drove by a “butterfly park” and saw [...]


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