The recent counts of overwintering monarch butterflies on California’s coast, including at long-surveyed sites in Bolinas, Stinson Beach and Muir Beach, show that the western population of the species did not rebound from a crash last winter. Surveys conducted last Thanksgiving and in the first weeks of 2020—an annual volunteer effort orchestrated by the Portland-based . . .

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