January 10, 2024
While the mainland U.S. Monarch butterfly population may be struggling, in the Hawaiian islands they’re everywhere. Dr. Dan Rubinoff, an entomologist at the University of Hawaii, and Elizabeth Weintraub, a local butterfly raiser, discuss how thanks to favorable weather, an abundance of food, and dedicated locals who raise and release them, Hawaii’s monarch population is thriving.
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