The Reppert Laboratory
The Reppert laboratory is using anatomical, cellular, molecular, electrophysiological, genetic and behavioral approaches to more fully understand the biological basis of monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) migration, with a focus on the butterfly's navigational abilities and its distinctive circadian clock.
Monarch Teacher Network - Western Canada
MTN-WC is part of an ever growing group of teachers and educators from Canada and the United States who use
the simple story of the monarch butterfly as a teaching and learning tool in the classroom.
New Zealand Monarch Butterfly
Help protect the Monarch butterfly in New Zealand!
A site for children and teachers, dedicated to preserving the habitat of the magnificent monarch butterfly. It highlights the life cycle (animated 5th shed and butterfly emerging from the chrysalis), milkweed gardening and transplanting, SAVE THE MONARCH campaigns, animated migration paths to Mexico and California and hundreds of beautiful photographs from Lynn Rosenblatt, Author of MONARCH MAGIC! Butterfly Activities and Nature Discoveries.
The Florida Monarch Butterfly Website
information on the biology and migration of Monarchs - Dale and Peggy McClung, St. Petersburg, FL
The Butterfly Website
gardening, raising butterflies, education and conservation
North American Butterfly Association
regional information and the "Butterfly Garden News"
U of K Entomology Youth Facts: Butterflies
explore several activities relating to butterflies Stephanie Bailey - U of K Department of Entomology
The Monarch Program is directed by David Marriott and Walter Sakai and was established October 15, 1990, as an educational public benefit organization.
The Lepidoptera Research Foundation was established in 1962 to encourage scholastic research on butterflies and moths.
Journey North is a project that tracks the northward migration of various animals in the spring.
Monarch Monitoring Project at the Cape may Bird Observatory in NJ
The Lepidopterists' Society is open to anyone interested in Lepidoptera.
The Xerces Society is a nonprofit organization that protects wildlife through the conservation of invertebrates and their habitat. Established in 1971, the Society is at the forefront of invertebrate protection worldwide, harnessing the knowledge of scientists and the enthusiasm of citizens to implement conservation programs.
Monarch Health - www.monarchparasites.org
MonarchNet - monarchnet.uga.edu
MonarchLive - monarch.pwnet.org
Monarch Butterfly in North America - www.fs.fed.us/monarchbutterfly
Monarch Lab/Monarchs in the Classroom - www.monarchlab.org
Texas Milkweeds - www.asclepias.org
Monarch Larva Monitoring Project - www.mlmp.org
Butterfly Conservation Initiative - www.butterflyrecovery.org
Pollinator Partnership - www.pollinator.org
North American Butterfly Association - www.naba.org