Monarchs have a growing parasite problem, and it’s not from natural causes

Monarch butterfly

Read the full post at Monarch Science.

This might be the most sobering blog post I’ve ever written about monarchs, and so I hope you pay close attention. I also hope that after reading this, you share it with every single person you know who cares a whit about monarchs, because this information should be shouted from the rooftops. Today I’m going to talk about a brand new study that is a game-changer for the world of monarch conservation. And, once I explain this paper to you, I guarantee it will change your entire view of the role we humans are playing in saving the monarchs. Think this is overstating things? Not in the slightest. Keep reading…

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