Monarchs Rising

April 2016
Parks & Recreation;Apr2016, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p26
Statistics are given related to monarch butterfly including the percentage of the increase in the population of monarch butterflies, the number of acres of habitat occupied the insect, and the number of months taken by the North American monarch butterflies to migrate.


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