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News: Population Trends

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

"Meeting the people from three countries who work to understand and protect these beautiful insects reminds me of our responsibilities as continental citizens, and I am reminded of the profound significance of nature in our lives."  Read More »

Eastern Monarch Population Numbers Increase 144% from last year

Largest eastern monarch population since 2007 announced today.  Read More »

Record Low Number of Overwintering Monarch Butterflies in California - They Need Your Help!

The population of monarch butterflies overwintering in California has fallen to the lowest level ever recorded.  Read More »

Revised Handout - Raising Monarchs: Why or Why Not?

The MJV has revised and retitled our existing Rearing Monarchs Responsibly handout to reflect additional information about raising monarchs; it is now Raising Monarchs: Why or Why Not?.  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 »