San ANtonio's UTSA receives $300K grant to study Monarch butterflies and native Texas milkweeds.
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Are these insects resilient or what? A Monarch tagged with Dr. Lincoln Brower in the drought of 2011 in the Texas Hill Country was recently recovered in Michoacan and reported to Monarch Watch.
Texas “hell” for Monarch Butterflies Migrating to Mexico, Says Monarch Watch Founder, Plus: How You Can Help
Monarch Watch founder Dr. Chip Taylor calls Texas "hell" for migrating Monarch butterflies on their way to Mexico. Historic drought has dried up rivers, streams and made nectar sources, the butterflies' fuel, scarce. Taylor provides a population status report and some tips for how Texas butterfly fans can help.
Happy First Birthday! Cheers to the Texas Butterfly Ranch and to the Evolution of this Butterfly Blog
Happy first birthday to the Texas Butterfly Ranch blog, where we love the whole life cycle. Read on to learn how we came about blogging and how our education continues.
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