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.
Want to learn how to raise butterflies? Join us at the IBBA/AFB butterfly breeders conference. Dr. Chip Taylor of Monarch Watch will speak.
Migration update: Thunderstorms on Llano River stall Early Pulse of Monarch Butterflies
Don't miss a (butterfly) beat! Here's how to track the Monarch butterfly migration from your desk.
Fall Equinox today kicks off what looks to be a meager Monarch butterfly migration. But they might surprise us.
In a case of caterpillar cannibalism, a Monarch butterfly caterpillar eats a Monarch egg for lunch. Plus: Llano River update.
Native American Seed Company is on a mission to [...]
Tales of a Butterfly Evangelist: TEDx San Antonio Talk on Monarch Butterfly Migration Finally Published
Tales of a Butterfly Evangelist: Check out my TEDx San Antonio Talk on the magnificent Monarch butterfly migration.
“Flight of the Butterflies” in 3D a Special Holiday Treat for Kids, Seniors and all of us in Between
The new 3D IMAX movie, Flight of the Butterflies, suits seniors, kids and all of us inbetween with its spectacular cinematography, compelling narrative and brief 44-minute duration. It makes the perfect holiday treat.