Monarch Butterflies II

Danaus plexippus

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As they wing their way across North America, millions of migrating monarch butterflies form a living river of orange. In this episode, the second of two podcasts on monarchs, we’ll meet citizens young and old who are dipping a toe in that river in the name of science and of beauty.

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Image Credit: Victoria Reeder, iNaturalist.org. CC BY-NC-SA

Monarch Butterflies Google Earth Tour

View a Google Earth tour showcasing the eastern migration of monarch butterflies or Danaus plexippus, and the people that help them out along the way.

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Descarga el archivo KMZ del Tour para Google Earth

This Google Earth Tour was produced by Eduardo Garcia Milagros, Ari Daniel Shapiro, Jay Allison and Atlantic Public Media.

También puede ver este vídeo con subtítulos en español aquí.

Harvard MCZThe One Species at a Time podcast series is supported by the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology.

 

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