Population of monarch butterflies remains critically low in California

Population of monarch butterflies remains critically low in California

An environmental group revealed on Thursday that the population of monarch butterflies overwintering in California remained at critically low levels for the 2nd straight year. The Xerces Society reported that it had managed to count only 29,000 butterflies. Nearly 4.5 million monarch butterflies could be counted in California during the 1980s.

David
David
Ya Boi PI
Ya Boi PI 4 months

California probably decided butterflies can give you cancer.

Fin
Fin 4 months

That's a heart breaking Stat given their migration pattern n the fire issued

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 4 months

They're Mexico's monarch butterflies too. But lets get more pesticides into the ecosystem. Trump doesn't like butterflies anyway.

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