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Parks Canada: Monarch Butterflies site description for Parks Canada: Monarch Butterflies
Parks Canada has information about monarch butterflies and the steps being taken at Point Pelee National Park to maintain grassland and milkweed, important to the butterflies' survival. 
https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/on/pelee/decouvrir-discover/monarch

 
Monarch Conservation Toolbox site description for Monarch Conservation Toolbox
This toolbox (created by an organization with collaborating partners Canada, United States and Mexico), includes best management practices for the conservation and restoration of monarch butterfly breeding and feeding habitat across North America. 
http://www.namonarchs.org/

 
WWF: As monarch butterflies lose ground in Mexico, WWF seeks solutions in America’s heartland site description for WWF: As monarch butterflies lose ground in Mexico, WWF seeks solutions in America’s heartland
This article from the World Wildlife Fund (2018) describes how butterflies are affected by the changing landscape and less grassland along their migration route. 
https://www.worldwildlife.org/stories/as-monarch-butterflies-lose-ground-in-mexico-wwf-seeks-solutions-in-america-s-
heartland

 
CBC: Fewer monarch butterflies made it to Mexico again this year site description for CBC: Fewer monarch butterflies made it to Mexico again this year
March 2018: This article from the CBC describes how butterfly populations are measured in Mexico and how a busy hurricane season on the migration route could have been a factor in lower population numbers. 
http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/monarch-butterfly-decline-1.4563841

 
Canadian Wildlife Federation: You can save the monarch site description for Canadian Wildlife Federation: You can save the monarch
You Can Save the Monarch in Your Backyard with This.. advice for planting milkweed and helping the monarch butterfly population in your area. 
http://cwf-fcf.org/en/news-features/articles/you-can-save-the-monarch-in.html

 
WWF: Monarch Butterflies and Climate Change site description for WWF: Monarch Butterflies and Climate Change
These are the results from a World Wildlife Fund study that assesses the vulnerability of monarch butterflies to the effects of climate change. There are also recommendations for climate-adaptive management strategies. 
http://www.worldwildlife.org/pages/monarch-butterflies-and-climate-change
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