Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of Monarch butterflies clustered along the [...]
Lonely caterpillar on the LLano, Butterfly cloud in St. Louis--the Monarch butterfly migration kicks into full swing.
It takes a village: friends and family collaborate to hustle milkweed for dozens of hungry Monarch caterpillars.
Monarch butterfly migration in 2014: Another worst year in history or hopeful rebound:
Monarch butterfly caterpillars aren't as picky as we thought--turns out they'll eat squash and cucumbers!
Top posts of 2013 include the decline of the Monarch butterfly migraiton, how to raise Monarchs and move chrysalises, and a few stories about moths
No Monarchs on the Llano River this weekend. A disappointing end to a dreary season.
Migration update: Thunderstorms on Llano River stall Early Pulse of Monarch Butterflies
Not many Monarch butterflies flying on the Llano River this weekend, but it was a caterpillar-palooza in the milkweed.
Caterpillar cannibalism update: Monarch caterpillars eat sister chrysalises, eggs and caterpillars for lunch in photos by Shady Oak Butterfly Farm.