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Point Pelee National Park Cancels Monarch Butterfly Count
Animals  (tags: Butterflies, conservation, habitat loss, Monarch butterfly, pesticides )

Julie
- 420 days ago - cbc.ca
The southern tip of Canada is a critical stopover for migrating Monarch butterflies. Point Pelee National Park in Leamington, Ont., has cancelled its annual monarch butterfly count due to the lack of butterflies.
Monarch Butterfly Populations Tumbling
Animals  (tags: animals, butterfly, monarch butterfly, insects, research, environment, animalwelfare )

Yrna
- 1324 days ago - news.discovery.com
North America's beloved monarch butterfly may be sliding into a long-term decline. While monarch numbers have fluttered up and down over recent decades, one research group now says that there's enough data to spot a downward trend.
Experts Report Positive Monarch Numbers This Year
Animals  (tags: animals, monarch butterfly, butterflies, insects, population, wildlife, environment, conservation, animalwelfare )

Yrna
- 1372 days ago - redorbit.com
Experts report a partial recovery in the annual winter migration of Monarch butterflies to Mexico,following a devastating 75 percent fall last year.WWF Mexico director Omar Vidal said on Monday that the numbers are still below average,but were encouraging
Canada, Mexico and the United States Act to Protect Monarch Butterflies From Illegal Logging
Animals  (tags: monarch butterfly, protection, environment, habitat, wildlife )

Cher
- 2333 days ago - wildlifeextra.com
<p>Canada, Mexico and the United States are cooperating to protect the monarch butterfly, which, according to the environment ministers of the three countries, has become a symbol of North America's shared environment. </p>
Habitat Destruction May Wipe Out Monarch Butterfly Migration, Researcher Says
Animals  (tags: habitat destruction, mexico, monarch butterfly, migration, threatened )

Simone
- 2412 days ago - newswise.com
Intense deforestation in Mexico could ruin one of North America's most celebrated natural wonders -- the mysterious 3,000-mile migration of the monarch butterfly. According to a University of Kansas researcher, the astonishing migration may collapse rapid
The Monarch Butterfly's Mysterious Migration to Mexico
Animals  (tags: monarch butterfly, journey, migration, mexico, mystery )

Simone
- 2432 days ago - terradaily.com
Each autumn, millions of Monarch butterflies embark on a treacherous journey across North America to the same forest in central Mexico -- a migration that baffles scientists as much as it enthralls nature lovers. Taking wing in an unrelenting stream
   

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