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Tracking Shifts in Food Availability for Monarchs and Other Pollinators (Monarch Conservation Webinar Series)

September 24 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

native seed needs webinar

Tracking Shifts in Food Availability for Monarchs and Other Pollinators
presented by Erin Posthumus, USA National Phenology Network

Monarchs depend on a diverse suite of host plants along their migration path. Knowledge of when and where plants are leafing and flowering, and how climate change is shifting the timing, is critical for understanding availability of food resources. This presentation will describe how the USA National Phenology Network engages volunteer and professional scientists in collecting data on presence and intensity of leafing and flowering with simple yet scientifically rigorous phenology protocols. It will also describe recent efforts to establish climate drivers to flowering and seed timing to make predictions of how this timing will shift under future climate conditions.

Stay connected with the latest monarch conservation topics by attending Monarch Joint Venture’s free monthly webinars. This series is a unique opportunity to hear from experts across various interdisciplinary fields related to monarchs, other pollinators, their habitats, and the threats and pressures that make conservation urgent. Bring your questions and get ready to discover how you can get involved to protect monarchs.

All webinars are one hour long and occur at 1:00 PM Central Time (2:00 PM ET l 12:00 PM MT l 11:00 AM PT)

Please note that scheduled webinars are subject to change. For more information or to register, visit the webinar series webpage, or email MJV.


September 24
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Monarch Joint Venture
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