Expanding Monarch Butterfly Habitats

BY ON July 27, 2016
From the time their flashy colors prompted North America’s early settlers to name them after King William, Prince of Orange, Monarch butterflies have captivated scientists and nature lovers alike. Not only does the Monarch demand attention as it regally floats through a field of wildflowers,...

TOPICS: Animals, Climate Change

Save the Monarch Butterflies!

BY ON June 2, 2016
You remember Tinkerbell from Peter Pan, right? You probably clapped to save her! They’re often the first butterfly every child notices. They seem like bits of stained glass in the air around us, as if they were nature’s church windows. They’re visitations from a spirit...

TOPICS: Animals, Toxics

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