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Continental plan to protect the monarch's migratory journey
Date:6/27/2008

agmentation and modification of breeding habitat;
  • develop innovative ways to promote sustainable livelihoods for people in and around key monarch habitats; and
  • monitor monarch populations across North America.

The annual migration of millions of monarchs across North America is among the world's most spectacular natural events. The monarch conservation plan, in addition to the actions it outlines, provides a detailed overview of the monarch's migratory patterns, lifecycle and its current status.

The plan also identifies the main threats to the monarch set in the context of current management actions taken in each country, as well as public perception of the species.


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Contact: Eduardo Viadas
eviadas@cec.org
514-350-4331
Commission for Environmental Cooperation
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