From January to March, MBF board member, Isabel Ramírez, was also out in the field with her graduate students collecting data about the monarchs. As a researcher from UNAM’s Center for Research in Environmental Geography (CIGA), Isabel and her team collected data that will be used for four projects.
Inside this Issue:
- Data on 2017-18 Overwintering Population
- MBF at Monarch Symposium in Mexico
- Monarch Research and Monitoring Workshop
- Assisted Migration Research Update
- Alternare Celebrates 20 Years of Promoting Conservation
- Cielo Rojo’s Audiovisual Project
- Informative Signs in Restoration Areas
- The Butterflies and Their People Monitor Forest
- Biodiversity Monitoring in the MBBR
- Monarch Joint Venture Update
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