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Monarchs being born at Adair Library Waystation

From Betty Knifley, Adair County Garden Club

A celebration of new life is taking place at Adair County Public Library over the butterflies in the Monarch Waystation - they've counted 13 caterpillars and two female Monarchs! Photos accompanying this story show both.

A little over a year ago the Waystation was installed at the Library with a special informational ceremony. They have all the information and connections to the Garden Club there for more information. Click here for The butterfly waystation story.

This good news comes on the heels of a dedication service of the newest Monarch Waystation at the Jim Blair Park and Recreation Center, 901 Hudson Street, Columbia, KY. According to, September 19 through October 1, 2017 will be the peak migration for Kentucky this year.

This story was posted on 2017-09-13 11:56:07
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Monarch Waystation is now a birth center for butterflies

2017-09-13 - Columbia, KY - Photo Betty Knifley, ACGC.
What a difference a year makes! A little over a year ago a new Monarch Waystation was installed at the Adair County Public Library as part of a special informational ceremony. This week, new life is celebrated there -- 13 caterpillars and two female Monarchs!

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