For the better part of the past seven years, the state of California suffered from wide-spread and consistent draught. As of last week, that is no longer the case.
One neat benefit to the (lush again) Golden State has been a massive influx of migrating butterflies. According to Ecowatch, “The butterflies are passing through as part of their yearly migration from the deserts of Southeast California to the Pacific Northwest, but this year they are doing so in numbers not seen since 2005, when they totaled around one billion.”
The butterflies are also flocking inland: