One of nature’s greatest migrations may be returning to health after a stunning growth in the number of monarch butterflies that fluttered across North America last year. But if populations of the striking black-and-orange aviators...
Canada can do more to help the monarch, says the Canadian Wildlife Federation's Carolyn Callaghan.
The forest area in Mexico occupied by overwintering Monarchs has been assessed and the 2019 numbers are very promising, giving a reprieve to a beleaguered population.
We are approaching the end of the calving season for the endangered North Atlantic Right Whales. But this year there is good news: there are four new calves in the population!
All along the California coast in fall and winter, there are places you can visit where colonies of adult Monarch butterflies overwinter.
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