May 27, 2018
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Comments for: The butterfly effect: Monarchs continue to vanish from Maine fields

People are seeing fewer monarchs across the country, and lepidopterists (people who study moths and butterflies) believe the population decline is because of two primary factors: destruction of their winter habitat and destruction of their primary food source, milkweed. In Maine, monarch butterflies have been slowly disappearing from… Read More
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