An Autumn musing

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butteflyBwog reader John Heffernan, GS ’76, sent us an odd little e-mail recently about butterflies. We didn’t give it a second thought, until one Bwogger, while reading in Morningside park, noticed a little fleck of orange fluttering by. And then another, walking back to Butler, and every now and then in the past few days. Apparently, it’s monarch butterfly migration season, and their route to Mexico runs right through New York City. The next time you see one, say hola, and wish it a happy 2,000-mile trip. 

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1 Comment

  1. pleasant  

    What a delightful post.

    I will watch for the mariposas

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