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(Many Paths)

An Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America


December 13, 2003 - Issue 102


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Monarch Caterpillers

by Suzanne Westerly
credits: all photos courtesy of Suzanne Westerly

Well, the first batch of Monarchs have laid their eggs and lots of
little cats are munching away ... see the little guy?

Can you see him?


this is the crownflower tree
Crownflower Tree

eating the skin it shed ...
Eating its skin

feet, feet. how many feet?
How many feet?

Interesting Legs

Milkweed Drops

this is how small he is
peeking his head out while chomping


Tiny Little One

Too cute!

With a dime, for size comparison

few days later, getting bigger
Getting Bigger

these little guys are just too much fun.

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