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Monarch Viewing

You can begin to see monarchs cluster in Central Coast overwintering sites beginning in November. The monarch population peaks in size at the end of November to early December. Monarch mating season is in February around Valentine's day. The monarchs leave the California Central Coast around late February to the beginning of March.

The Museum's monarch gallery is open year-round. Highlights of this exhibition include real specimens, amazing videos, vintage artifacts, a "cabinet of curiosities," and multiple hands-on opportunities--all wrapped in the most up-to-date scientific knowledge and artistic presentation.

Contact Monarch Viewing

    Listed as:
  • Education Programs
  • Ecotourism
Contact Monarch Viewing
Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History
165 Forest Ave
Pacific Grove, CA  93950
Phone: 831-648-5716
Fax: 831-648-5755

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