The endangered quino butterfly

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Submitted by scaredyclassic on June 21, 2020 - 9:59pm

Saw one.

Its protected.

It lives in the hills above temecula wine country.

Hike out to vail lake overlook.

Its beautiful there.

Info on the quino butterfly posted.

Up there.

Most beautiful hike in temecula.

Cool breeze today.

Beautiful little butterfly.

Only 2 other people on
the mtn.

Trail findable on

Vail lake overlook.

Submitted by gzz on June 25, 2020 - 11:11am.

Plant milkweed in your yard. You'll get dozens of Monarchs, and they'll reproduce with their pretty green black and white caterpillars everywhere.

Milkweed likes a lot of water, but is otherwise very simple. Can survive a couple weeks without water if you forget, likes both sun and shade, likes both rich and dried out powdery soil.

California's monarch population is down 95% since the 1980's.

This $20 project will make your yard nicer and help save them.

I suggest buying two or three mature plants from a garden center for $6-10 each, then planting the seeds as they produce them. If you just start by buying seeds you'll have to wait too long and might not plant them correctly.

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