Monarch butterfly migration in the High Country

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Each year the monarch butterflies fly south to Mexico for the winter.

Many of them travel along the same route as the Blue Ridge Parkway.

That’s why this time of year you will see so many monarchs along the roadsides.

In this edition of Roy's Folks, learn more about the migration and one man's efforts to ensure a safe journey for the insects.

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