October 29, 2010

HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE Giveaway: The Amazing Monarch by Windle Turley




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Giveaway ends:11/9/2010

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21 comments:

Darcie K. said...

I learned that a female will lay 400-500 eggs during her life.

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debbie said...

I was surprised to learn different generations don't breed or lay eggs.
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Anonymous said...

I learned that the monarch's "migration only takes place every three to five generations, but somehow, by the last week of October, they arrive at the same small groups of oyamel fir trees their ancestors populated the year before". LPoser1 [at] gmail [dot] com

Kathy said...

Our home in Texas is close to the National Butterfly Center so I would LOVE to win this book!
I learned from the website that the Monarch migration only takes place every three to five generations, but somehow, by the last week of October, they arrive at the same small groups of oyamel fir trees their ancestors populated the year before.
Which is pretty darn cool.

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Anonymous said...

this looks like a good one.

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tallcapp said...

The female Monarch butterfly will lay 400 to 500 eggs during her lifetime.

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rozdj said...

A female will lay 400 to 500 eggs during her lifetime, and primarily on only one type of milkweed plant, but only a small percentage of eggs will actually survive to become adult butterflies.

ruslady said...

The monarch’s migration only takes place every three to five generations, but somehow, by the last week of October, they arrive at the same small groups of oyamel fir trees their ancestors populated the year before.
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Anonymous said...

these tiny animals ' weigh only .02 of an ounce
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FDP 4 Life said...

After their stay in Mexico, it is crucial to head north to get back to Texas and Louisiana and specific types of milkweeds to lay their eggs during a critical three-week period.

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purango said...

The Monarch's migration only takes place every three to five generations, but somehow by the last week of October they arrive at the same small groups of Oyamel Fir Trees their ancestors populated the year before. garrettsambo@aol.com