Monarch sitings way up here in NW Ohio. I've spotted dozens along the roadways and counted over 80 eggs on Common MW at Terra Tech Community College's prairie, here in Fremont, Ohio. Also, my daughter in Columbus spotted "hundreds" in her hikes in that area. My brother in NW Pa., just south of Erie, Pa. has spotted "dozens upon dozens".
Also, like last year, I plan to give away my abundant Swamp Milkweed seed pods. If you want Swamp MW, visit the CREATE A WILDLIFE-FRIENDLY YARD site and contact me on the secure BPath Mail Form, at the top. So far this year, I've raised and released 67 Monarchs and only several had OE and Tachnid invasions. The OE virus must be way down, I hope. Has anyone else noticed much fewer OE cases? Robert