has a USDA permit to ship Live Monarch Butterflies into New Hampshire. New Hampshire has an average temperatures above 62°F from May through the beginning of October. You may safely consider having a butterfly release in New Hampshire anytime the outside temperature is above 62°F.

Monarch butterfly nectaring from a purple lilac in Manchester, new hampshire.

It is quite common for Monarch Butterflies to stay close after a butterfly release. Some will interact with guest, while others will look around for a drink. After this New Hampshire butterfly release, a beautiful Monarch Butterfly chose to nectar from a nearby Purple Lilac blossom.

When planning a butterfly release it is important to note that monarch butterflies have difficulty flying should their body temperature be below 60°. For this reason Mr Butterflies advises their clients, not to order butterfly for a time and in a place where the average daily high temperature is not expected to reach 65° or warmer. Please use the "Weather Channel" link to check the average daily temperatures where you are planning to release the butterflies.
For our clients needing butterflies shipped out immediately for a Funeral, from April through October Mr Butterflies is usually able to ship out butterflies on the same day that they are ordered.
Mr Butterflies currently has USDA permits to ship their butterflies to all states EAST of the Continental Divide, with the exception of NY. We are able to service NY via an affiliate, but require that NY orders be placed at least three weeks in advance.


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