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Looking Out for Monarchs

Will the butterfly king come back?

From the August, 2014 issue

"The Monarch is undoubtedly the most familiar and widely recognized butterfly in North America." So wrote the author of the Butterflies of Michigan Field Guide, published in 2005. But we saw not a single monarch last year. There were few to be seen here.

 
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