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Monarch butterflies and milkweed

Ever seen a monarch butterfly?  Well, at any rate, these beautiful butterflies are also endangered because people are destroying milkweed. Monarchs need milkweed to reproduce. First a monarch would lay its eggs. Then the eggs would hatch and out would come baby caterpillars. Next the caterpillars would much on food until they are big and strong. Finally, they would make a chrysalis on a milkweed plant.. Monarch butterflies stay hanging on that tree for quite a while so it wouldn’t be very pleasant for them if someone chopped down the milkweed while they were developing into butterflies. Here is how you can help them:

1. Plant milkweed so the moms can lay their eggs there and the babies can grow there

2. DO NOT try to catch them and/or keep them as pets

3. Donate to  earthrangers.com which accepts donations to  help  the monarch butterfly.

4. Plant other butterfly attracting plants such as butterfly magnet and lavender in your garden. Monarchs and other butterfly’s feed  on them

5. DO NOT touch  monarch caterpillars, eggs, or butterflies

This is a monarch caterpillar on a milkweed leaf.

Well that is all you need to know. Stay tuned for new posts.

 

 

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Spotted Turtles and How to Save them

me holding a spotted turtle at an oshawa mall!

 

Hello again. I love spotted turtles. I made bookmarks and sold them to my classmates to raise money and I had a garage sale for them  too. I did all of this because of  earthrangers.com! I also love Earth Rangers. You can donate through the website to an endangered animal of your choice and earn buttons and medals. Well, anyhow I will blog about endangered animals and all animals with tips on how to help them. People are destroying the habitats of spotted turtles and they live  in the marshy areas of Ontario. I do not know where exactly because it has to stay secret so no one will try to poach the eggs of the spotted turtles. You can help them by donating to Earth Rangers.

Stay tuned for more Earth Rangers news1

P.S. Watch this video I made to learn more about the spotted turtle. You can also watch it on YouTube.