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News: Citizen Science

Rain, Shine or Squirrels, Pacific Grove Counts Western Monarchs

Monarch Watch Conservation Specialist Candy Sarikonda shares her surprising experience participating in the Western Thanksgiving Count: rain, shine or squirrels, the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History team participates in citizen science for monarchs!  Read More »

Road Tripping for Monarchs in Utah and New Mexico

There are blank pages in the monarch butterfly book in the western United States. This summer the Southwest Monarch Study, with support from the Monarch Joint Venture, has been working to fill them.  Read More »

Tracking the Monarch Migration with Citizen Science

As fall comes into full swing and the monarchs make their way south, many volunteers are contributing to the citizen science opportunities with monarchs. Find out how you can participate in fall monarch citizen science.  Read More »

Spring into Monarch Conservation

As spring weather brings new life to our backyard gardens and other habitats, and continues driving monarchs northward on their migration, here are some ways you can continue and expand your conservation efforts this season!  Read More »

Western Monarch Overwintering Population Counts Released

The results of the western monarch overwintering population count have been released!  Read More »