Monarch Watch 2019 Season Tag Recoveries - Domestic
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Tag CodeDateCity/LocationState/ProvinceZIP/PCCountryFirst NameNotes
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AAAA1838/21/19Digby CountyNSB0W 2R0CANLisaI have a Photo
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AAAB2129/1/19Briar IslandNSB0V1H0CANCindyNear the coast while hiking the Island, I have images I just can't seem to find where to submit a photo?
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AAAC1129/22/19ScarboroughONM1C 5G1CANLaurie
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AAAC90810/5/19GenevaOH44041USASamanthaCoast of Lake Erie
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AAAE0168/23/19BeavertonONL0K1A0CANRyanA camper killed the monarch as it was flying while still on grounds the day after it was tagged.
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AAAE0789/8/19TorontoONM6PCANGeraldineLarge, healthy male, feeding with many others at the edge of lake Ontario near Sunnyside Pavilion.
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AAAE0789/19/19TorontoONM8X 2K1CANMikeBehavior unusual compared to other Monarchs. Photos attached.
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AAAG1579/9/19BurlingtonONL0R2H9CANLindsayFlying around the royal botanical garden -the rock garden
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AAAH5519/2/19LondonONN6G5A2CANDavid
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AAAH8518/11/19InnisfilONL9S 4L3CANPaul
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AAAJ0819/21/19MiltonONL9T6V6CANLauraMonarch was enthusiastically feeding on butterfly bush in the back yard
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AAAJ5328/29/19MississaugaONL5J 3X5CANRachelIn my garden on my front lawn, I did get a picture but I don't know where to send it
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AAAJ8549/9/19Fort WayneIN46825USAMartinI saw this one on one of our Sunflowers
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AAAL2489/21/19TorontoONM5J 2E9CANPascaleWas found on Toronto center Island
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AAAL4558/30/19Cedar SpringsMI49319USAJasonFeeding on Clethra alnifolia
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AAAL4808/22/19ScarboroughONM1N1J2CANRjThe Monarch was spotted in the Rosetta McClain Gardens in Scarborough. I took a photo of it with my phone.
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AAAL6269/2/19St. WilliamsONN0E 1P0CANAudreyFound while capturing Monarchs to tag them. Photo available.
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AAAL6428/29/19New BostonMI48164USAKimberly
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AAAL7968/2/19TorontoONM6e 1z9CANMikeDead monarch by public school
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AAAL9038/28/19TorontoONM1N3Y8CANWalterBackyard garden, nectaring on Spotted Joe-Pye Weed.
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AAAM30410/5/19LouisvilleKY40206USAMonarch was dining on our tithonia. Right wing damaged.
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AAAM3079/3/19TorontoONM4J3Z9CANChrisButterfly was found on Sept. 3'19 at approx. 6pm, dead, with most body parts eaten by ants.
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AAAN6419/14/19TorontoONM1N 1J2CANDebalive and well on a butterfly bush
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AAAN9599/20/19TorontoONM6R 2Z3CANNorbertAppeared to be a healthy male taking nectar from a garden c 100 m SW of the Grenadier Cafe in High Park, Toronto. I have a photo.
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AAAN9599/21/19TorontoONM6SCANKerstinSeen in High Park Toronto
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AAAP5699/20/19TorontoONM6R2Z3CANHenryin the garden at Colborne Lodge in High Park, toronto
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AAAP7298/12/19EtobicokeONM8Z 4K5CANDFound only 1 wing (tagged) on the sidewalk beside our pool.
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AAAR8689/14/19MadisonWI53711USAin the UW arboretum
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AAAS13510/16/19HarrisonOH45030USA
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AAAS33410/11/19Port ElginONN0H2C0CANNatalieOn a sidewalk near some flowers
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AAAS5788/24/19LivoniaMI48154USAMary BethThis monarch was found on a small, pink, daisy-like flower in my backyard.
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AAAS8868/25/19SouthamptonONN0H2L0CANValerieUnderneath a butterfly bush in our front garden; unfortunately the tagged butterfly was dead
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AAAT7009/21/19NapervilleIL60565USAHeather
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AAAX3558/18/19LondonONN6C 5E6CANMaryMonarch spent quite a bit of time on my Butterfly bush. I was able to take a closeup photo of the tag. I did not send it in, but I will try, now that I see the email address below.
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AAAX8729/2/19Port StanleyONCANSuzanneI found this tagged monarch flying amongst the ironweed at Hawkcliff northeast of Port Stanley.
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AAAZ13410/15/19LeamingtonONN8H3v4CANMinghuaPoint Pelee National Park
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AABA4058/30/19WinnipegMBR2G 2C4CANBeverleyIt was found in my yard. Seemed to have trouble flying, but it was gone the next day. I will submit a photo later.
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AABA8069/12/19StratfordCT06614USAKatieFeasting from my butterfly bush
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AABB4358/22/19TorontoONM4E 2N9CANRandallKew Gardens, do have a picture if you want.
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AABC3089/25/19St Clair ShoresMI48081USASue
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AABC54510/17/19Universal CityTX78148USARebeccaI saw the butterfly alive flying in the back yard. After a cool front last night my daughter discovered the butterfly In the grass. Assuming it died from the cool weather.
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AABC70810/1/19SpringfieldOH45502USAChanel
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AABC7709/23/19WinnipegMBR3R 2N2CANAdeleLarge monarch; feeding on Sedum; have photos; tag difficult to read
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AABC9929/23/19NewmanIL61942USACoreyAt our family farm, we have hundreds of monarchs visiting the last few days - in the country, surrounding Newman, IL. We only noticed one with a sticker as they all several slept on a tree outside.
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AABE04510/22/19BoerneTX78006USAErinFound in backyard on mist flower plant. Don Davis says: how was this monarch able to travel 184 km or 114 miles per day? Don released this monarch about 6:30 pm in the early evening in Fenelon Falls, Ontario.
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AABE2289/18/19TorontoONM4J2X5CANMilesI have a photo which is at milesghearn.com September 18 , 2019 Nature walk
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AABE2759/24/19SchombergONL0G1T0CANLarissaFound omin the grass is backyard. Land is on a conservation area.
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AABE3609/21/19OakvilleONL6M2W7CANGillesAlive & healthy, Bronte Creek in Oakville Ontario Canada
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AABE9758/18/19LeeMA01238USAJoshua
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AABG7359/7/19MiddletownNY10940USAMariaMaria and Tom: Please correct the tag number if it is incorrect.
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AABG8029/30/19CarverMA02330USAColleenIn my garage
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AABG8739/25/19CharlestownRI02813USADeborah
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AABH0078/22/19SomervilleMA02145USAAlexThis monarch was in my yard by itself. It was happily enjoying my flowers. I would love to know information of where it was originally tagged and if it has been reported anywhere else.
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AABH9268/16/19NewportRI02840USARobertSidewalk near a park
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AABJ22I8/17/19GreenfieldNH03047USAMirandaFound deceased in my dads backyard by the garden.
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AABL0678/10/19KitteryME03904USAMj
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AABL1268/15/19PortsmouthNH03801USAEmilyFound on a flower outside of a house in downtown Portsmouth.
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AABL3599/12/19WestbrookME04092USAAimee
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AABL8419/5/19MeredithNH03253USALeanneIn my garden, on the Sedum plants.
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AABM1149/18/19Southwest HarborME04679USAEllen
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AABM1549/25/19Southwest HarborME04660USAColeSaw at Charlotte Rhoades Park in Southwest Harbor, Maine on Sept. 25, 2019.
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AABM18410/3/19Southwest HarborME04679USAJuanitaBut dying I think. Half of its wing was torn in a few bits & the tag was there. The monarch was trying to move along the ground. I had my binoculars & saw another live monarch with a tag but it was alive & nectaring & I was unable to read its tag.
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AABM20610/10/19Southwest HarborME04679USAChrisSeen at Charlotte Rhoads Butterfly garden
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AABM26010/22/19Bass HarborME04653USAMichael
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AABM4078/21/19Bar HarborME04609USAKatie
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AABM6758/31/19ExeterNH03833USAKatieWe found this monarch on our butterfly bush in our front yard
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AABM6949/1/19Southwest HarborME04679USAJohnI observed two other tagged Monarch Butterflies in the same flower garden but I was unable to see their unique identification number.
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AABM75J9/16/19SimsburyCT06070USAMorganIt was eating from a butterfly bush
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AABM7959/8/19Southwest HarboME04679USAJoanneFound in the Charlotte Rhoades Butterfly Park
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AABM8039/9/19Southwest HarborME04679USAChristineFound at Charlotte Rhoades garden
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AABM8069/8/19Southwest HarborME04679USAJoanneFound at the Charlotte Rhoades Butterfly Park
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AABM8519/20/19Harvey CedarsNJ08008USAJanetLong Beach island, NJ
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AABM8529/13/19Northeast HarborME04662USABeckyThis monarch was found dead. It was in a flower pot.
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AABN0068/30/19CamdenME04843USARoger
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AABN0819/15/19OgunquitME03907USASuzanneMLMP site 6376. This is an abundant Monarch producing area. There are sometimes 6 caterpillars on one regular milkweed plant at a time. At this time there is one caterpillar left and multiple monarchs. It was found on a butterfly bush.
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AABP99510/1/19JoppaMD21085USABarry2nd Day with hundreds of Monarchs on my butterfly bushes in my backyard.. Wow Awesome!... 2nd Tagged Monarch I found in 2 days.
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AABR0529/23/19CenterbrookCT06409USAHeidi
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AABR1379/29/19MadisonCT06443USAFound on the ground in weakened state.
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AABR3649/8/19New HavenCT06511USALauraIt was spotted in a community garden in New Haven.
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AABR3769/8/19NorthfordCT06472USAWilliamBackyard on a budlea
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AABR4279/15/19North HavenCT06473USA
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AABR4369/18/19East HamptonNY11937USABruceFound in the area of Accabonac Harbor
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AABR4819/22/19GuilfordCT06437USAMichael
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AABR8718/24/19SmithtownNY11787USA
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AABS0499/7/19DenverPA17517USA
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AABS7379/22/19NorfolkVA23518USALynne
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AABT4338/21/19OaklandNJ07436USAElizabethThis butterfly was in my flower garden.
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AABU2809/10/19HowellNJ07731USAJayOn the ground on my patio. Alive but dazed
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AABW0548/23/19Harvey CedarsNJ08008USAA.J.found it holding on to another monarch that looked sorta dead. in the lawn I was about to mow
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AABW1249/20/19Southwest HarborME04679USABrittany
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AABZ3768/15/19Highland ParkNJ08904USALeilaFound in my flower garden. Got caught in the netting. Unfortunately- deceased
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AACA9469/28/19New YorkNY10025USADamasoVery active in Riverside Park! I have a phone!
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AACB08810/2/19RyeNY10580USAJohnI saw the monarch in a county park which has acres of woods, meadows, and a salt marsh. There were very many monarchs visible, attaching themselves to the goldenrod.
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AACB8489/19/19BelleroseNY11426USALisaIt was on my screen door
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AACC1788/19/19Rocky PointNY11778USACaraEnjoying a zinnia flower
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AACC7588/30/19GuilfordCT06437USABarbSome students and I found this monarch butterfly this morning. It was in a butterfly bush right outside the front door of our elementary school. We would love to know where the butterfly originated from. We look forward to hearing from you!
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AACE3068/12/19KingstonNY12401USAKarinSeen in midtown Kingston, NY
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AACE4018/16/19Wappingers FallsNY12590USAAdrienneFound in the Perennial Garden at the Stony Kill Environmental Education Center nectaring on New York Ironweed. Can supply a photo if desired.
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AACE4079/2/19Beacon NyNY12508USAJack
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