Texas A&M Biologist Christine Merlin Relates Monarch Butterfly’s Migration To Its Antennae

Monarch butterflies have been known to travel great distances each year… Christine Merlin, a newly hired biologist at Texas A&M University, is studying this phenomenon and focusing on the role of internal clocks to this migration. Full Story — website

Monarch Butterflies Hit New Low; “Worrisome” Trend

The king of the butterflies may reign no more: Monarch butterflies are experiencing a steady decline, a new report says, with the insects occupying the smallest area of land in one Mexican butterfly reserve than they have in two decades. Full Story — website

Monarchs, Milkweeds, and More

Monarchs, Milkweeds, and More

Save the date for the Monarch butterfly presentation at Binder Park Zoo Wednesday April 10, 2013

Monarch Butterfly

Create a Monarch Waystation

Become a part of Monarch butterfly preservation by creating a Monarch Waystation in your garden or landscape ✿