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The monarch population has fallen by 75% percent in the past three decades.  Although monarchs qualify for protection under the Endangered Species Act, federal officials say budgetary constraints cause them to ignore the butterfly in favor of higher-priority endangered species.  NY Times story here.

Organizations around the country are working to save the monarch butterfly.  Here are links to a few: Monarch WatchSave Our Monarchs Foundation,and the  Environmental Defense Fund.


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