link to piece on Monarch count in Mexico

Need2SeeGreen(10 (SoCal))December 3, 2013

Hello all!

Here is a piece I saw that might interest you. Although things may look grim, there is good news near the bottom. (You know what, I'll just tell you -- it says that although things may look bad now, these butterflies are capable of rapid reproduction, so they may also be able to recover quickly.) Every little bit can help. And there are some simple suggestions as to what can be done.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2013/12/03/why-are-the-monarch-butterflies-disappearing/

To the person who emailed me -- sorry for that late reply!!! I will go send it now.

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