Tag Archives: Monarch butterfly

The Forest on Albany Hill

One of the blogs we follow, Conservation Sense and Nonsense, is trying to prevent the destruction of the eucalyptus forest on Albany Hill. This stand of trees sequesters carbon, cleans the air near a heavily trafficked road – and provides … Continue reading

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Season’s Greetings with Monarch Butterflies

It’s a lovely coincidence that here in California, the holiday season is Monarch butterfly season. We bring you this post (partially based on a post from SutroForest.com, used with permission) to celebrate the season with butterflies. We wish all our … Continue reading

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Monarch Butterflies in California Need Eucalyptus Trees for their Winter Roost

Guest Post:   Death of a Million Trees Monarch butterflies in California need eucalyptus trees for their winter roost | Death of a Million Trees. Monarchs are probably the best-known butterfly in North America, partially because they are distinctively beautiful, … Continue reading

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