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Monarchs and climate in the West

25 February 2020 | Author: Chip Taylor

Many months ago, I received a request to be a keynote speaker at a Monarch Summit in California. I accepted the invitation with some reluctance realizing that most of the audience wouldn’t be interested in what I had to say ...

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Reign of the Monarchs in Decline?

25 February 2008 | Author: Jim

The Ventura County Star recently ran an article by Zeke Barlow “Plight of the butterflies” with the subtitle “Reign of the monarchs is in decline, but no one knows reason for the drop in population”. The reasons offered ...

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Pismo Beach Monarch Grove

31 January 2008 | Author: Jim

From time to time (usually during the monarch overwintering period) we receive information about the western monarch population - here is a recent communication regarding the operations at the Pismo Beach Monarch Grove in California. We have 40 active State Park ...

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New Website for Western Monarchs

17 January 2008 | Author: Jim

The Ventana Wildlife Society, under the leadership of Jessica Griffith and with the support of Helen Johnson, has created a website for Western Monarchs: ventanaws.org/conservation/monarchs.htm Much of the content of the website focuses on the efforts by the ...

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