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Fly away, butterfly!

Staff photo by Gage Cureton Deb Steinberg, an Eagles Three paraprofessional and volunteer at Washington Learning Center, examines monarch butterfly cocoons before a tag and release session at WLC Monday.
Staff photo by Gage Cureton Deb Steinberg, an Eagles Three paraprofessional and volunteer at Washington Learning Center, shows students monarch cocoons Monday during a monarch tag and release session.
Staff photo by Gage Cureton Deb Steinberg, an Eagles Three paraprofessional and volunteer at Washington Learning Center, holds a tagged monarch butterfly Monday before students release them. About 100 monarchs were released at WLC as they begin to migrate south before winter.
Staff photo by Gage Cureton A Washington Learning Center Eagles Four student releases a monarch butterfly after it was tagged Monday during a tag and release session hosted by Deb Steinberg, an Eagles Three paraprofessional and volunteer at Washington Learning Center. About 100 monarchs were released by students at WLC before they migrate south before winter.
Staff photo by Gage Cureton Deb Steinberg, an Eagles Three paraprofessional and volunteer at Washington Learning Center, shows a Eagles Four student a monarch butterfly before the student releases it Monday.
Staff photo by Gage Cureton Deb Steinberg, an Eagles Three paraprofessional and volunteer at Washington Learning Center, shows students what a tagged monarch butterfly looks like Monday before guiding students through the tag and release process. About 100 monarchs were released at WLC as they begin to migrate south before winter.
Staff photo by Gage Cureton Deb Steinberg, an Eagles Three paraprofessional and volunteer at Washington Learning Center, shows students what a monarch tag looks like before placing it on a butterfly Monday. The tags do not harm monarchs and can be used to gather data as they travel south before winter.
Staff photo by Gage Cureton A Washington Learning Center Eagles Four student releases a monarch butterfly after it was tagged Monday during a tag and release session hosted by Deb Steinberg, an Eagles Three paraprofessional and volunteer at Washington Learning Center. About 100 monarchs were released by students at WLC before they migrate south before winter.

An Eagles Four student at Washington Learning Center looks at monarch butterfly caterpillars Monday during a butterfly tag and release event hosted by Eagles Three paraprofessional and volunteer Deb Steinburg.

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