Monarch butterflies and so many of our native bee species have experienced alarming declines over the past few decades. Western U.S. monarch butterfly populations alone hit a record low in 2018, with a researcher describing the drop as “potentially catastrophic.”
And our bees are in trouble. One bumble bee species has been pummeled so hard by habitat loss, disease, and the widespread overuse of bee-toxic pesticides that it has disappeared from almost 90 percent of its historic range over the last two decades.
Friends of wildlife like you can help TODAY by sending a message to senators about the urgent need to establish and protect safe habitat for butterflies, bees, and birds along our roadways.
Tell your senators to step up for monarch butterflies, bees and birds by supporting the Monarch and Pollinator Highway Act.
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