Your Weekend Monarch News

January 20, 2023 by Team Journey North

It has been quiet this past week throughout the southern states of the U.S. If you observe monarch adults, eggs, and larvae, let us know. You will not want to miss Ms. Romero's report from the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve this week. She provides an historical note about water systems in her hometown.  

Monarchs sipping water from puddles on the pavement. Photo: Ms. Estela Romero (El Rosario Sanctuary, 01/16/2023)

Eastern Monarch Population

Monitor Overwintering Monarchs in Southeastern U.S.

If you live in the Gulf states of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida as well as Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina, please continue to report monarch observations. We want to hear from you.

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Letter From Estela Romero: Monarchs and Water

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Monarchs this week at El Rosario Sanctuary and Sierra Chincua Sanctuary, MBBR

Western Monarch Population

Where are monarchs now in the southwestern regions of the U.S.? Please let us know if you are seeing monarch adults, eggs and/or larvae.

Thank you for your observations!