Where are the monarch butterflies?

Monarch [mon-ark] butterflies are orange, black, and white. They spend summer in Canada and the United States. They fly to Mexico in winter.

Fewer monarchs were in Mexico last winter. Was it because of storms or fallen trees? Or did they move higher up into the mountains?

Read More: Monarch butterflies make a three-thousand-mile journey from Canada to Mexico when cold weather begins. They usually return to the same forests their parents came from. But wind storms, droughts, logging, and insect pests have caused a loss of trees in Mexico’s forests. Scientists worry that these remarkable insects are disappearing. God changes monarchs from eggs to caterpillars to pupae to butterflies. He makes us new creatures when we believe in Jesus. Read 2 Corinthians 5:17.