Month: November 2019

Western Monarch Thanksgiving Count Nov. 16 – Dec. 8

The annual Western Monarch Thanksgiving Count (WMTC) kicks off this coming weekend on Saturday, November 16 and will continue through Sunday, December 8. Thank you for being a part of this incredibly important community science program. This remarkable volunteer effort

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DeWind Alumnae Publish Three New Research Papers about Monarch Butterflies

By Candace Fallon and Emma Pelton on 6 November 2019 Together, these publications contribute to our growing understanding of how human actions can hurt—or help—monarchs. Joan Mosenthal DeWind was an early member of the Xerces Society and a keen supporter

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Science Saturday – Magnificent Monarchs – Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History

Saturday, November 30, 2019 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History “Celebrate the return of Pacific Grove’s monarch butterfly population during Magnificent Monarchs on Saturday, November 30th, from 10 a.m to 3 p.m. at the Museum.

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Western Monarchs: Notes from the Field

By Stephanie McKnight and Emma Pelton on 21 October 2019 Updates on a multi-year collaborative research project tracking the imperiled western monarch population. After the sudden and shocking crash in the number of monarchs overwintering in California during the winter

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