Posted by: Sandy Steinman | February 18, 2021

Western Monarch Mystery Challenge

From Washington State University

Updated February 2021

Monarch counts this Thanksgiving has hit another record low (source). We are currently looking for your help if you’ve seen a monarch, of any life stage (egg, caterpillar, chrysalis, butterfly), in the west.

The Western Monarch Mystery Challenge is a community science campaign running February 14th through April 22nd 2021, formed by researchers from Washington State University, Tufts University, UC Santa Cruz, and the Xerces Society to learn more about monarchs in order to inform urgent conservation efforts. Thank you all for participating and contributing to a meaningful and important project! 

Learn how to participate and read more at Western Monarch Mystery Challenge | Conservation Biology Lab | Washington State University


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