Dr Lincoln Brower, the Xerces Sociey, Center for Food Safety, and Center for Biological Diversity Petitioned the U S Fish And Wildlife Service to modify the original petition to list the monarch butterfly as threatened by recommending households should raise up to 100 monarchs per season without a permit for conservation and education . Click Below
In Canada You can raise up to 60 monarchs per season
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For monarch raising enthusiasts this video explains and shows a natural approved way to raise any number of monarchs/queen butterflies at the same time https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsSKfgOquxE&t=17s
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If you are a monarch butterfly rearing enthusiast this is a quality video series that will help you raise any number of monarchs
Our greatest accomplishment by far has been providing an educational, live butterfly experience, in all stages, to tens of thousands of Texas children. Our goal is to encourage children to support the conservation of the creatures we've been entrusted with. We've also taken the mobile sanctuary to many events.
Resolution presented on the Texas House floor and unanimously passed during the 84th session of the Texas legislature for our work educating children about monarchs..
We attend regular Texas State Comptroller monarch task force meetings on threatened and endangered species and advise the board.
We've spent over 20 years performing community service and building relationships with elementary school administrators, teachers, and students. We've taken a live butterfly sanctuary trailer full of plants and all stages of the life cycle of the Texas state insect, the monarch butterfly, to school campuses and community events. We've had over 35,000 children go through the sanctuary. In many instances we've provided plants for classroom rearing of monarchs for a science project. Bringing nature to the school saves schools the expense of off campus field trips and raising the butterflies in classrooms proves to be a memorable experience for the children and gives them a connection to the miracles of nature.
Craig the Butterfly Man also represented the State of Texas as part of the International Tent at The Texas Outdoor Expo hosted by The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department for the last two years.
We've perfected a simple natural ecologically correct and scientist approved butterfly hatchery system to demonstrate to citizens how they can protect the vulnerable development stages of one generation of monarch butterflies near a window in their home and release healthy butterflies to further breed and multiply in the wild that increases monarchs and natural predators feeding the entire wildlife food chain. .
Craig is also the founder and administrator of the fast growing 10000+ member ""How to Raise Monarch Butterflies "" Facebook group promoting the planting of pollinator gardens with varieties of milkweed and nectar plants. Members bring eggs and caterpillars indoors to protect them from predators in clean "popup" hatcheries where they raise and release monarchs into nature. This is one of the fastest growing groups in the country participating in the conservation and expansion of the monarch butterfly population . Follow and join our group that includes thousands of monarch and pollinator educators and lovers. Please sign up for our FREE informative Newsletter.
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