Logging down in Mexican Monarch butterfly reserve

AP: The number of Monarch butterflies wintering in western Mexico has plunged despite a dramatic decline in illegal logging in their mountain forest nesting grounds, experts said Monday. Factors including climate change, droughts and other extreme weather, and pesticide use north of the border are possible reasons behind the steep drop in the number of butterflies that arrived in Mexico following their annual long-distance migration from Canada and the United States. Mexico has ......

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