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On monarchs, their disappearance and a festival to celebrate them

August 17, 2013
By JEFF TOME - For Jamestown Audubon , The Times Observer

Monarch Butterflies are one of the most recognized and least seen butterflies of the year. Their population is at the lowest it has been since scientists found their overwintering grounds in 1976. That has made it an especially tough challenge for the naturalists and volunteers at Audubon to find Monarch Butterfly eggs and caterpillars to raise for this year's Monarch Butterfly Festival on August 31.

 
 

 

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