The Butterfly Effect

Read the full story in Pacific Standard.

Southern California’s Ellwood Mesa, with nearly 80 acres of protected eucalyptus forest, is a refuge for the vanishing western monarch butterflies during the winter months. But the state’s most recent drought has left the future of the forest in jeopardy.

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