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Fall Migration 2016
August - November

Watch this season's story unfold.
Monarch butterfly migration
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About Fall Migration
August - November

Join us as we track the monarch's migration to Mexico.

The Migratory Generation
August 1, 2016

The magnificent migratory generation is developing now. Watch for the 1st signs of fall migration in mid-August.

Fall Migration is Underway!
August 25, 2016

Sightings of southbound monarchs, intense nectaring, and the first overnight roosts are being reported.



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Clues from Tagged Monarch
September 1, 2016

What does a tagged monarch, found in Toronto, tell us about migration?

Nectar and Migration
September 8, 2016

Building fat reserves as they move toward Mexico, where can monarchs find the nectar they need?

On the Move
September 15, 2016

People are counting monarchs roosting by the hundreds, feeding by the dozens, and flying overhead at rates up to 37 per hour.

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Celebrating Citzen Science
September 22, 2016

Who's watching monarchs — and what can we learn about migration from their observations?


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