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With the popularity of releasing monarchs at events, we can't be sure of
the origin of this one. I rather doubt this is a natural monarch given the
temperatures the regions has had .
Kent

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On Fri, Nov 23, 2012 at 5:08 PM, Alan <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> While on my fitness walk into and through the town of Essex Junctioin,
> Chittenden County, today, I spotted a southbound Monarch. The time of day
> was 1315. The location was 25 or so feet off Vermont highway 2A about 30
> yards uphill and to the south of the Winooski  River shore.
> This is, by far, my personal latest for Monarch. My previous late-date,
> about 30 miles south of the city of Wilkes-Barre in Pennsylvania, was Nov.
> 7.
>
> --
> For the wild...
> Alan Clark Gregory
> Lt Col USAF, Ret.
> Williston VT
>