San Antonio Zoo hosts first Monarch (butterfly) Fest March 4 - 6
Monarch butterflies heading our way in what could be a banner year for the migrating insects
Can't get outside to observe the Monarch butterfly migration in person? No worries. Use these online tools to track the migration from your desk.
San Antonio butterfly buffs: joins us at the Rivard Report's Something Monday event, How to Tag a Monarch butterfly
Migration update: Thunderstorms on Llano River stall Early Pulse of Monarch Butterflies
IMAX Film on Monarch Butterfly Migration may be as Good as it Gets for Seeing Migrating Monarchs This Year
The 3D movie "Flight of the Butterflies," just released, may provide the best chance to see the Monarch butterfly migration in Texas this year, as butterfly followers brace for what may be the worst year number wise since records on the Monarch migration have been kept.
Ever wonder how to tag a Monarch butterfly? Here's how to do it in six easy steps.
For a fun nature getaway, check out Alamo, Texas. The small town sits in the center of the Rio Grande Valley and makes a perfect base for exploring the bird and butterfly hotspots of South Texas.
Snout butterflies have invaded South Texas en masse and may show up in Austin and San Antonio soon. Don't wash your car til its over. And remember to "brake for the butterflies."
Banner Butterfly Year Caused by “Ecological Release” in Texas, says Monarch Watch Founder Dr. Chip Taylor
The Lone Star state and a perfect storm of weather circumstances get credit for the 2012 banner butterfly year, says Dr. Chip Taylor of Monarch Watch.