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Wondering how to tag a Monarch butterfly? Here's how to do it in six easy steps.
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.
San Antonio butterfly buffs: joins us at the Rivard Report's Something Monday event, How to Tag a Monarch butterfly
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.
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.