much yet to be learned at the temporary roosts (or 'bivouacs')
that monarchs use during migration. How would a person study a site? What
would you do?
up a chair, grab a pair of binoculars and just sit and watch! I'd try
to stay hour after hour, day after day--as long as the monarchs were there.
People can contribute important observations by going with an open mind
and documenting what they see. Science is often done with pre-conceived
ideas, and so scientists can get hung up on their own theories, and forget
to ask 'What IS going on here?'