News: Migration

Field Notes: State of Mexico, Mexico, January 28-February 1, 2019

Alison Cariveau, MJV Science Coordinator, shares her recent visit to Mexico to participate in the Trinational Monarch Science Meeting, and visit a monarch overwintering sanctuary.   Read More »

A 10,000 Foot View of Monarch Conservation

Monarch conservation has a rich history of science, discovery, and partnerships that has led us to today. As monarchs continue to face complex challenges in our changing landscape, it is important to understand where we’ve been and where we are headed.  Read More »

Monarchs Spring into Northward Migration

The long awaited monarch migration has begun! Monarchs streamed out of their overwintering grounds in Mexico en masse last week, signaling the start of spring and a new growing season of milkweed and monarchs.  Read More »

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 »

Counting Western Monarchs

Candy Sarikonda, Monarch Watch Conservation Specialist, writes about her experience monitoring western monarchs at the Pacific Grove Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary. Find out what it's like to count monarchs and learn how you can get involved today!   Read More »