Monarchs are here! Time to be on the look-out.

Monarchs are in Texas (, and eggs were recently observed on milkweed in Gonzales County. It was a warm spring so milkweed is up early in many places. Now is THE TIME to make the 'AND' part of the project happen: let's see some milkweed AND monarchs observations!

Posted on March 25, 2016 06:18 AM by benhutchins benhutchins | 1 comments | Leave a comment
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1. Document the importance of planted and wild milkweeds (Asclepias spp.) to monarchs in Texas.
2. Document the distribution of native, wild milkweed in Texas.
3. Quantify the changing importance of different milkweed species to monarch caterpillars throughout the year.
4. This project only focuses on Asclepias because of federal emphasis on planting and restoration of ...more ↓

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