The Monarch Abundance Roller-Coaster- part 2

Guest Post By Jim Steele To be published in the Pacifica Tribune February 2020 What’s Natural Indeed, some Monarch populations have declined in recent decades. However, the species as a…

Claim: We’re losing monarchs fast—here’s why

From National Geographic A new study finds that monarch wings are getting larger, possibly because climate change has forced the butterflies to travel longer distances as breeding grounds shift farther…