The colony in the federal property was the only one open to the public in Chincua. On February 18, MBF Board member, Isabel Ramírez and her students visited this site and they observed that the forest was considerably thinned out. The exposed roots of the trees that fell due to the March 2016 storm were everywhere, as well as the remains of the fallen trees that were extracted. However, since the winter was particularly mild, there were flowers everywhere, which seems to have grabbed the attention of tourists as much as the butterflies.
Inside this Issue:
- 2016-17 Overwintering Population in Sierra Chincua
- Evaluation in Chincua
- Alternare Update
- Monarch Network Presents Documentation Center
- Field Guide Workshops
- Biology and Conservation Workshops
- Research Corner
- MBF Participates in Fourth Annual Monarch Symposium
- Spring Migration
- Thanks to Donors
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