Announcing a New Year's Count!

We encourage all volunteers who can go out to monitor a second time this season to conduct a "New Year's Count". By having a second count period, we will be able to better understand where monarchs persist into the winter, how cluster sizes change, and much more. The New Year's Count period will be a little shorter than the Thanksgiving Count period and run from Saturday Dec. 31-Sunday Jan. 15. While we welcome counts from anytime during the overwintering season, these two time periods: Thanksgiving Count and New Year's Count are especially valuable to compare trends between sites and years.

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You have one more weekend to get out and monitor monarch overwintering sites for the New Year's count! ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago  ·  

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The New Year's Count is underway...remember you have until Sunday January 15th to get out and check sites a second (or third or fourth...) time! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago  ·  

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A big THANK YOU! to all the participants in this year's Thanksgiving Count. And if you would like to monitor again this season, please think about joining our New Year's Count!

By having a second count period, we will be able to better understand where monarchs persist into the winter, how cluster sizes change, and much more. The New Year's Count period will be a little shorter than the Thanksgiving Count period and run from Saturday Dec. 31-Sunday Jan. 15.
While we welcome counts from anytime during the overwintering season, these two time periods: Thanksgiving Count and New Year's Count are especially valuable to compare trends between sites and years.
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1 month ago  ·  

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Just a few more days to get out and monitor WMTC sites, the official count ends on Sunday Dec. 4th! ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago  ·  

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