Tag Archives: Monarch butterflies

Monarchs Are in Trouble and They Need Everyone’s Help

Ecological restoration, civic engagement, and people working for the common good will be components of a successful monarch recovery strategy The annual monarch migration is one of the most magnificent and intriguing of all natural phenomena but this natural spectacle … Continue reading

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Sightings of Free-range Monarchs* in Southern Wisconsin Are Rare So Far This Year

But reports of sightings have increased in the second and third weeks of August. Sightings of monarchs are few and far between here in southern Wisconsin.  I saw my first monarch of the season on Friday August 12 in a … Continue reading

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