Southeastern Arizona has long been a hot spot to see migrating monarch butterflies, but the animals are now considered endangered internationally. Here's how you can help: Read more»
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Scientists at Pismo Beach Monarch Butterfly Grove were alarmed last year when fewer than 200 monarch butterflies were counted, he fewest since annual tracking of the pollinators began in 1997 - but this last counting season, an estimated 22,000 monarchs were tallied at the grove. Read more»