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The BounceBack Of The Butterfly
The Big Blue Marble – 8 March 2022

New Year’s Count Of Western Monarchs Tracks Population Decline During Overwintering Season
Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation – Isis Howard – 2 March 2022

Silverspot – The Flight to Recovery
Pacific NW U.S. Forest Service – 4 February 2022

Western Monarch Mystery Challenge
News For Kids – NFK Editors – 19 February 2022

Take a picture of a monarch butterfly and you could win a $50 gift card to REI
The Tribune – Mackenzie Shuman – 12 February 2022

Monarch Butterflies Enjoy ‘Fantastic’ Rebound in California. Here’s How Many Were Counted
The Tribune – Mackenzie Shuman – 29 January 2022

Western monarch populations grew over 100-fold in 2021. Why?
Public Broadcasting Service – Alissa Greenberg – 25 January 2022

Western Monarch Thanksgiving Count Tallies Nearly 250,000 Butterflies
Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation – Isis Howard and Emma Pelton – 24 January 2022

Seemingly Headed for Extinction in 2020, Western Monarchs Boom Back in 2021  
Bay Nature – Daniel Roman – 08 December 2021

The Bounciness Of Butterflies
Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation – Emma Pelton – 12 November 2021

California’s Monarch Butterflies Are Down 99%. Can This Plant Help?
The New York Times – Claire Fahy – 01 June 2021

30,000 milkweeds planted around California in effort to save Western monarch butterfly
San Fransisco Chronicle – Tara Duggan – 31 May 2021

Federal Bills Could Help Restore Western Monarch Butterfly Migration
Good Times – Erin Malsbury – 19 March 2021

Central Coast congressman wants to spend $155 million to save western monarch butterflies
The Sacramento Bee – Mackenzie Shuman – 17 March 2021

Central Coast congressman wants to spend $155 million to save western monarch butterflies
The Tribune – Mackenzie Shuman – 17 March 2021

Scientists Call for Help to Restore Reign of Western Monarch Butterflies
Good Times – Erin Malsbury – 22 February 2021

Want to help scientists research monarch butterflies? Here’s how you can participate
The Tribune – Mackenzie Shuman – 21 February 2021

Scientists look to public for clues to recover monarch butterflies
WSU Insider – 11 February 2021

Few monarch butterflies show up at winter getaway
The Mercury News – Isabella Backman – 7 December 2020

With Fewer than 2,000 Butterflies Counted So Far, Western Monarch Takes an Astonishing Step Closer to Extinction
Bay Nature – Eric Simons – 4 December 2020

Monarch Population in California Spirals to Another Record Low
Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation – Emma Pelton – 30 November 2020

Monarch Population in California Spiraling to Another Record Low
YubaNet – 30 November 2020

Scientists Want Your Photos to Track Monarchs
News For Kids – 27 March 2020

Scientists Request Help Tracking Monarch Butterflies
NPR – 25 March 2020

Your Butterfly Photos Could Help Monarch Conservation
Smithsonian Magazine – Theresa Machemer – 24 March 2020

What’s Happening to the Monarch Butterfly Population?
The New York Times – Karen Weintraub – 20 March 2020

Elizabeth Crone and the Declining Western Monarchs
Bug Squad UCANR – Kathy K. Garvey – 13 March 2020

Seen Any Western Monarchs Lately?
Bug Squad UCANR – Kathy K. Garvey – 3 March 2020

State Parks asks Californians to document monarch butterflies
KEYT – Anikka Abbott – 25 February 2020

Congressman Panetta introduces Monarch Act to prevent the extinction of western monarch butterflies
Jimmy Panetta – 20 February 2020

Researchers need help finding monarchs
Half Moon Bay Review – Sarah Wright – 19 February 2020

Help monarch butterflies bounce back
KSBW – Phil Gomez – 14 February 2020

Snap a photo and you can help researchers track monarch butterflies
Better Homes & Garden – Andrea Beck – 14 February 2020

Butterfly advocates ask for help tracking monarchs
Monterey Herald – Amanda Heidt – 13 February 2020

Scientists look to public to help migratory monarch butterflies bounce back
WSU Press release – Sara Zaske – 12 February 2020

CA monarch butterfly numbers low, but Pismo Beach CA grove up
San Luis Obispo Tribune – Kaytlyn Leslie – 24 January 2020