Founder of Monarch Watch: Texas “Most Important” to Monarch Butterfly Migration

Speaking with The Butterflybeat following the announcement of Monarch Watch’s recent “Bring Back the Monarchs” milkweed landscape restoration initiative, Dr. Chip Taylor of the University of Kansas stressed what an important role the Lone Star State plays in the continuation of the Monarch butterfly migration. Read the full story on the San Antonio Express-News website.

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5 Responses to Founder of Monarch Watch: Texas “Most Important” to Monarch Butterfly Migration

  1. Neat pictures! says:

    Interesting site. I appreciate the opportunity to read about increasing the planting of different kinds of milkweed.

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