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A Michigan Monarch Recovered in MexicoAuthor(s): Robert G. Haight
Source: Newsletter of the Michigan Entomological Society. Vol. 45 no. 2.:p. 13-14. (2000)
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionThe Monarch Butterfly Project is a cooperative project between the Hiawatha National Forest of the US Forest Service and Wildlife Unlimited of Delta County, Michigan. In 1999, 58 volunteers contributed over 450 hours to monitor monarch reproduction and migation and to improve habitat for monarch butterflies near Penninsula Point, Delta County, in Michigan's upper peninsula.
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Citationnull 2000. A Michigan Monarch Recovered in Mexico. Newsletter of the Michigan Entomological Society. Vol. 45 no. 2.:p. 13-14. (2000)
KeywordsMichigan, Monarch Butterfly Project, penninsula Point, Mexico
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