Flight of the Butterflies – Monarchs Still at Risk

Revised re-post from May 8, 2017 to share information on how we can help – Environmental Defense Fund – see the link “A Future for Monarchs – Adopt a Milkweed Acre”

A Future for Monarchs

Revised original post from January 30, 2017 to add information from Environmental Defense Fund – see the link

Over just the last two decades, the Monarch population has declined by 90 percent, bringing the butterfly dangerously close to extinction.

Monarch Butterflies – Environmental Defense Fund
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Flight of the Butterflies

2 thoughts on “Flight of the Butterflies – Monarchs Still at Risk

  1. This breaks my heart so much I wish we didn’t do these things to our planet. We used to have so many monarchs come to our yard seasonally but now very little come. I think next summer I’m going to plant some milkweed in the yard

    1. Humans have managed to cause countless species to go extinct….hopefully what we’re doing will put Monarchs back in your yard someday.
      Thanks for sharing.

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