I was doing my yearly chop down of my a.fritcosa when I discovered that I had large caterpillars! Since we have been warmer than normal, I have left themasmacpherson
And here's the link here: http://locusonus.org/soundmap/051/ Also, Monarch Butterfly Fund on FB is: https://www.facebook.com/monarchbutterflyfund/ Cheers frombraenz2003
MBF Board member Pablo Jaramillo López collaborated with Rob Kay of U of Hull, U.K. to set up a live streaming of sounds from a cluster of monarchs at Cerrodonald_davis
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