Over the past 20 years the monarch butterfly population has dropped to record lows, but new research suggests cities may hold the key to sustaining the population.
NJ Audubon President and CEO Eric Stiles explained how residents can configure their yards with native plantings.
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This time each year, monarch butterflies descend on Cape May Point before continuing to Mexico.