A unique look at the wildlife in the direct vicinity of North Coventry Pennsylvania. We encourage you to notify us of unique wildlife in our surrounding area. You may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, July 29, 2011
Butterflies seen at Coventry Lake
Two different types of butterflies have been dominant this summer at Coventry Lake. The yellow swallow tail butterfly and the monarch butterfly have both been seen in great numbers. The swallow tail gets its name by the two small swallows on the rear of the wings. The monarch butterfly migrates a tremendous distance. They are the only butterfly that migrates north and south. Around the first week in August the butterfly will start to migrate south toward Mexico and make its way back here in the spring. The photos are courtesy of google images.