Doing Science and Making a Difference!
Citizen science involves everyday people - just like you and your students - who volunteer to help scientists with their research. Using Citizen Science in your study of the Monarch butterfly is a meaningful way to involve students in data collection. Students realize that their observations are contributing to real research that is being used to help scientists better understand the behavior, biology and migration of the monarch butterfly.
Citizen Science Programs
Monarch Tagging Kits are available at the Monarch Watch Store.
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