Welcome back, monarchs!
People in Pacific Grove, California, saw no monarch [mon-ark] butterflies last year. Not one.
But the orange and black beauties came back this winter. City leader Moe Ammar said, “Boom. They landed!”
Pray: Thank God that He protects the monarchs even when people do not know how to help.
Read More: Monarch butterflies live in Canada and the northern United States during the summer. They migrate (move) to warmer places in winter. Pacific Grove calls itself “Butterfly Town, USA.” Thousands of monarchs usually come there to keep warm. None came last year. The town saw more this year. Other towns along California’s central coast did too. Does this mean good news for next year? Butterflies drink sweet nectar from flowering plants. Psalm 34:8 says that we should “taste and see that the Lord is good!