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Wednesday, September 5th, 2007
Photo by Shelley Grieshop
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A large mass of beautiful monarch butterflies cling to a branch at the Anderson home in rural Celina. The vividly-colored orange and black insects numbered in the thousands this week as they took a temporary break at the property on their annual migratory path to Mexico.
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Betty Anderson's rural Celina home recently became a temporary hotel for thousands of monarch butterflies. The beautiful insects with vivid orange and black markings are on their migratory path back to Mexico and have taken a l . . .
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