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Monarch butterflies are endangered. That’s right, monarch populations have plummeted by as much as 90 percent in recent years. Overuse of pesticides in agricultural and urban landscapes has eradicated the milkweed host plants their caterpillars feed upon as well as the nectar plants used by adult butterflies, and the forests monarchs use as wintering grounds are threatened by logging

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