New guidance for managing western monarch breeding & migratory habitat from the Xerces Society---Managing for Monarchs in the West: Best Management Practices for Conserving the Butterfly and its Habitat! ... See MoreSee Less
Mexico's numbers have been released: "The monitoring report of the forest area occupied by Monarch butterflies in 2017-2018, carried out by WWF and Conanp, registered 9 colonies of butterflies that occupied 2.48 hectares of forests, an area that represents a decrease of 14.77 percent with respect to the previous season (2.91 ha). " ... See MoreSee Less
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