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The Trinational Monarch Knowledge Network: A Centralized Open Database to Make North American Monarch and Milkweed Data Accessible

North American migrating monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) have been declining for decades and their migratory phenomenon is considered at risk. Monarch butterflies migrate across Canada, Mexico, and the United States, and the threats they face go beyond borders. In response, the three countries have joined efforts to conserve the two migrating monarch populations.

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Trinational Monarch Science Meeting

As part of the Commission for Environmental Cooperation’s (CEC) project ;Science for Monarch Butterfly and Pollinator Conservation, this meeting convened government experts, researchers and key stakeholders from Canada, Mexico and the United States to share novel research and scientific findings on the monarch butterfly, establish further collaborations for data sharing, and identify trinational research and monitoring priorities to support monarch butterfly and pollinator research in North America.

Proceedings of the Trinational Monarch Science Meeting


Conserving Monarchs: Opportunities on Farms in Canada

Conserving Monarchs: Opportunities on Corridors in Canada