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As temperatures rise, monarchs break out of their clusters and fill the air. More...

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Report your sightings each fall and spring as the monarchs travel to and from Mexico.
Track migration on real-time migration maps. Help scientists learn more about monarchs.

     
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Spring Migration 2016
February - June

Watch this season's story unfold.
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About Spring Migration
February - June

Track the monarch's migration from Mexico. Weekly news updates are posted on Thursdays.

Waiting for the Count
January 1, 2016

The wintering season in Mexico is underway. Scientists measured the population in December. Results are expected this month and good news is predicted.

Wintering Monarchs?
January 14, 2016

Are more monarchs present this winter due to record warm temperatures? Report your sightings.

     
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Sanctuary Visit
February 4, 2016

Estela Romero visits El Rosario Sanctuary where local guides share hopeful news.

Peak Season
February 11, 2016

As temperatures rise in February, monarchs break out of their clusters and fill the air.

 

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