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Today’s the Annual Monarch Reunion in Mexico
Every year for tens of thousands of years, North America’s entire monarch butterfly population* migrates to Mexico. In the late summer, they begin their journey in Canada and the USA, often traveling over 3000 miles before they arrive today in Central Mexico’s Sierra Madre Mountains. Read More
Nature nuts and monarch lovers: your hard work of planting milkweed & nectar flowers is paying off. Butterfly populations seem to be bouncing back this year after decades of decline. It’s too soon to declare victory but many encouraging signs are out there. We’ll have to wait for the official reports from Monarch Joint Venture but I’m keeping my fingers crossed.