Monarchs are beautiful large colored butterflies that have a striking orange, black and white markings. Monarchs can be found in North America, South America, Australia, New Zealand and some South Pacific islands. Monarchs cannot survive without milkweed, their caterpillars only eat milkweed plants also monarch butterflies need milkweed to lay their eggs.

Last year we have seen a decline of monarch butterflies and decided to start a step-by- step guide in how to raise Monarch Butterflies. This year we are thrilled to be seeing an increase of beautiful Monarch Butterflies. We applaud everyone that was part of “How To Raise Monarch Butterflies” program with The Children’s Breakfast Clubs.

Let’s keep on raising these stunning creatures…. want to learn more? Contact us and be part of “How To Raise Monarch Butterflies”

Email: znanji@breakfastclubs.ca

Testimonial:

“Saw my first Monarch yesterday afternoon east of Cobourg, Ont. And in my backyard found

two eggs two days ago and again today another  two eggs.” – Karin