In an average year, 350 million monarch butterflies are seen wintering in Mexico. This winter, there were only about 60 million – a difference of more than 80 per centThose numbers – the lowest in 20 years of recorded history – have experts wondering if, and how, monarchs can bounce back from this significant decline in their population.
COLLARED LORY (Vini solitarius) – AKA the Fijian lory in honor of the island archipelago where it is endemic. Lories consume nectar and act as pollinators. Lories have a brush on the tip of their tongue that helps them collect nectar. This gorgeous bird’s