Can Cities Help Preserve the Butterflies and the Bees?
Researchers found that urban gardens and allotments provide especially good habitat for pollinator communities.
A Forest on California's Central Coast Is in Danger. So Are the Butterflies That Live There.
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.
Butterfly Diplomacy: An Immigration Policy for Monarchs
North America's monarch 'is one of the largest of our butterflies and rules a vast domain.' But it's in trouble on both ends of its massive migration.