|MMP Founder Dick Walton with 2017 Interns Rebecca Zerlin & Stephanie Augustine.|
|Monarch feeding on seaside goldenrod at Cape May Point.|
Meanwhile, the monarch migration continues through Cape May Point. After seeing very few monarchs on Thursday, due to heavy winds (a gale warning was in place all day), a modest number came out of hiding on Friday, mostly seen feeding in gardens and along the dunes in Cape May Point. It's hard to know what's going to happen over the next few days, as the weather forecast is quite unsettled. We do know that there are still a lot of monarchs to our north, so the possibility exists for another big surge to come through Cape May.
|Rebecca Zerlin at tagging demo.|