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José Díaz-Briseño
MONARCHS: Very first groups of monarch butterflies are set to arrive to their wintering grounds in the oyamel forests of Central Mexico in next few hours. Last sighting was in Tequisquiapan, 111 miles far from the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve Map: 👇
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José Díaz-Briseño Oct 29
Replying to @Homerogomez_g
This is how the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve looked at peak time back in 2018. Video by local leader 👇
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Douglas Rivlin 🇺🇲 Oct 30
Do you think DHS or The Cucc will issue a release taking credit for so many Mexicans (butterflies) leaving the US?
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José Díaz-Briseño Oct 30
Wait for March when they come back!
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Olga Barrientos Oct 29
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Liza Sabater 🇵🇷👸🏾🌹 Oct 29
so they take in illegal gringo migrants 🤔🤔🤔
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This Is My Jam Oct 30
As long as the butterflies don’t have, uh, anclas orugas while in Mexico.
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Bill Ricke Oct 30
I've visited many places but this is at the top of the list. Trees totally enveloped in Monarch butterflies--an incredible sight. Prepare for the altitude....
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JKalman 💚 Oct 30
¿Ya vieron y ?
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roberto Nov 2
Serán puntuales
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El Super Xolo Oct 30
y el pinche muro pues?
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