North American Leaders Commit to Protecting Monarch Butterfly Migration | WWF Canada BlogWWF Canada Blog

Monarch butterfly

Recent scientific evidence by WWF and Mexico’s National Commission on Natural Protected Areas document a steady decline of monarch butterflies in the hibernating sanctuaries in Mexico. In December 2013, scientists recorded the lowest levels on record, with monarchs covering a mere 0.67 hectares (1.65 acres) of forest cover — a 44% decrease from the previous year.

via North American Leaders Commit to Protecting Monarch Butterfly Migration | WWF Canada BlogWWF Canada Blog.

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One comment on “North American Leaders Commit to Protecting Monarch Butterfly Migration | WWF Canada BlogWWF Canada Blog

  1. That is a tragedy.

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