Eastern Monarch Butterfly Population Shows Signs of Recovery

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  • According to WWF Mexico, the presence of monarch butterflies in Mexico’s forests this past winter was 35% greater than in 2021.
  • The WWF works with local governments and communities to promote scientific monitoring, education and sustainable forest management and tourism.
  • “The increase in monarch butterflies is good news and indicates that we should continue working to maintain and reinforce conservation measures by Mexico, the United States, and Canada” said Jorge Rickards the general manager of WWF-Mexico.

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