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ERIC P. ORFF
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Friday 09/06/2019 Monarchs moving south toward Mexico right now in New Hampshire (VIDEO)

Monarch butterflies are moving in numbers now from New Hampshire south to Mexico. The dramatic movement seems to have begun in Central New Hampshire. September into early October is the time that baby turtles are hatching and are moving into the wetlands. These quarter size critters will be scampering to get into the water and away from all the things that would eat them. More males will hatch from eggs if it has been a cool summer and more females if it was a warmer summer.


   

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