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Fall Monarch Migration

adult Monarch butterflyYou can help!

Scientists say millions of monarch butterflies are beginning their annual journey south through Texas to overwintering sites deep in Mexico’s fir forested mountains, and researchers are again urging the public to help track the monarch migration. You can help the scientists find out more by monitoring the monarchs migrating through your area of Texas right now.

Below you will find links and information to learn how to monitor and where to call in your results. It's not difficult and it could be very helpful to those studying these beautiful insects.

Call the Monarch Migration Hotline to learn how to report your observations: 800-468-9719

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