[PCA] Scientific American Article on Monarchs and Research Gate question

craig at astreet.com craig at astreet.com
Fri Dec 5 17:05:34 CST 2014

Dear All,

In reply to the Scientific American article about the Monarchs from
October "Saving Bambi" at
they contacted me last week, and are publishing my Letter to the Editor,
that outlines the massive effort that is going to be required to save that
species in situ.

I am also discussing the issue of saving the Monarchs on Research Gate at

 Sincerely,  Craig Dremann (650) 325-7333


> For the Monarch Butterfly, a Long Road Back
> Dara Satterfield hadn’t planned to conduct experiments at the Texas State
> Fair, but that is where her study subjects showed up last month.
> She was still in Georgia when they arrived, so she hurriedly packed her
> car, then drove all night. As she pulled into the fairgrounds in Dallas
> the
> next morning, they were feasting on nectar-filled blossoms of frostweed
> alongside the Wild West Pet Palooza.
> Full article:
> http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/18/science/monarchs-may-be-loved-to-death.html?hpw&rref=science&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&module=well-region&region=bottom-well&WT.nav=bottom-well&_r=0
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