Researchers found that urban gardens and allotments provide especially good habitat for pollinator communities.
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.
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.