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Monarch butterfly tagged in Oklahoma netted in the Texas Hill Country 350 miles away
Monarch butterflies heading our way but not as many as we'd hoped to see.
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Monarch butterfly migration in 2014: Another worst year in history or hopeful rebound:
Pollinator week, Summer Solstice and some hopeful news for Monarch butterflies this week.
Only three million Monarch butterflies made it to Mexico this year--dow from 450 million in our best years and 60 million last year. Some describe it as the "collapse" of the Monarch butterfly migration.
Dr. Chip Taylor told commercial butterfly breeders that the Monarch butterfly roosting sites this year will only occupy 1.25 acres in Mexico--down from an average of 22 acres.