Tuesday, February 23, 2010
There is evidence that the migration of Monarchs to Mexico may be threatened in the long run. In addition to storms which can threaten their winter haven, there has been a 30 year decline in the population of migrating females. While the overall population appears stable, the loss of migrating Monarchs could threaten the long winged variants.
This article is at Freshare.net, a site suggested to me by George Deatz of Friends of the Garden. Freshare.net is "A community of people who enjoy the Ozarks outdoors". It is based in Arkansas and published by Robert Korpella, a freelancer writer. I think you will find other posting of interest and I have added their link to our blog.