The Pacific Grove Monarch Grove Sanctuary is so spectacular that the town of Pacific Grove is nicknamed "Butterfly Town, U.S.A." Docents are on hand during butterfly season.
Some of the most amazing living things you can see in California during the winter are so small that you could fit several of them in the palm of your hand.
The delicate, jewel-like, orange and black Monarch butterfly spends a few months of its unusual life cycle in California. They're easy — and beautiful — to watch from many spots along the coast.
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Arriving in October, monarch butterflies cluster together on pine, cypress and eucalyptus trees in the Sanctuary. Their migration to Pacific Grove is so unique that Pacific Grove is nicknamed "Butterfly Town, U.S.A." The community has always welcomed the butterflies and advocated for their protection. Citizens of Pacific Grove voted to create an additional tax to create the Monarch Grove Sanctuary which is cared for by dedicated volunteers
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