The last generation of monarchs travel south to overwinter in central Mexico. A journey close to 3000 miles. The placement of tiny Nanotags on migrating monarch butterflies is part of the larger Motus Project, a global migration tracking system that NH Audubon and many partners are expanding in the Northeast. Tracking information helps determine phenology, travel speeds, and migration routes of the tagged monarchs. During this online presentation, we will share what we have learned in the last two years of tagging monarchs and how this helps inform conservation.
This presentation will take place virtually via Zoom.
Diane De Luca, NH Audubon Senior Biologist
Registration Required by November 8, 2023
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Zoom links will be sent to all virtual participants prior to the webinar. The link does not generate immediately, so your patience is appreciated. Every effort will be made to record the presentation for registered attendees who miss the livestream.
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The NH Audubon Scientist Series features our Senior Biologists sharing their research and data in monthly presentations at Massabesic Center during 2023.