Wildlife Habitat Council: Monarchs in Peril – How Can You Help?

The monarch butterfly is in danger.

Their population has seen a 90% decline in recent years, and unless we act now, this majestic natural wonder could disappear in our lifetime. But what can you do to help?

Creating habitat, and participating in community education are two of the most important ways we can protect and conserve the monarch butterfly.

In this webinar, experts from Monarch Joint Venture and the National Recreation and Park Association will present their best practices for implementing these important monarch butterfly conservation strategies.

You’ll learn:

  • Basic monarch biology and habitat needs
  • Opportunities for corporate landscapes to get involved
  • What is happening nationally and internationally to protect this iconic species
  • How participating in citizen science programs can help track this species of concern while also help meet monitoring goals of your Conservation Certification project
  • Ideas for reaching beyond your fence line and engaging the community in projects and monitoring


  • Wendy Caldwell, Monarch Joint Venture
  • Rich Dolesh, National Recreation and Park Association

View the webinar Back to the Conservation Academy

Science Topics
Biology, Conservation & Sustainability, Zoology
Butterflies & Moths

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