Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 26, 2021

Fight to save monarchs at Gill Tract Farm ends in cautious victory

BerkeleySide reports

High in the branches of the eucalyptus, pine, cypress and redwood trees on Gill Tract Farm, a cluster of monarch butterflies have found a home. Amid a dramatic decline in monarch populations across the state, the 57 butterflies overwintering at the Albany farm in 2020 marked Gill Tract as the the fifth-largest overwintering site in California that year and the largest in the East Bay.

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