Seeking a cause for the missing Monarch
Here in New Hampshire, UNH Cooperative Extension etymologist Alan Eaton said he hadn’t noticed a decrease in population locally. The fluttering winged insects that bring joy to many children and adults are not expected to arrive here until August or September, but “Everywhere I expected to see them last year I did,” Eaton told Fosters.
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