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How to save Monarch butterflies? | "Put them in cities. Monarch gardens don't have to be large to be effective for the butterflies," writes Allison Meier, adding, "Monarchs are the sole butterfly with a two-way migration, leaving the north when it gets cold and overwintering in warmer regions, then returning north in spring. As they make these tremendous journeys, sometimes thousands of miles, they need places with nectar to rest, so non-milkweed native flowers are also important." Published May 14, 2019, via Motherjones.com: More>

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