“Monarchs….Missing in your Garden?”
Monarch Watch Conservation Specialist Debbie Jackson presented on April 12 about the life cycle, migration, and efforts across the country to reestablish monarch populations. Co-sponsored by Cornell College Environmental Club. For more information, contact the Patty Ankrum / Monarchs in Eastern Iowa Facebook Group at email@example.com
Not long ago, monarchs could be seen during September, streaming in a southwestern direction over Iowa as they headed to their wintering grounds in Mexico. These iconic butterflies are rapidly disappearing, greatly because of the lack of habitat and an essential food source – milkweed. There are simple methods to reverse this trend and YOU can make a difference!