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Take action: Help save the western monarch butterfly

monarch butterfly resting on plant
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Over the past four decades, the western monarch’s population has plummeted nearly 99%. Development, wildfires and pervasive pesticide use are destroying the monarch’s habitat, leaving these iconic butterflies longing for a place to rest.

Last year, even in the face of this important species’ decline, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service failed to protect the western monarch under the Endangered Species Act — putting this butterfly in grave danger.

To breathe new life into the western monarch and pull it back from the brink of extinction, we need your help. Contact your U.S. senators today and urge them to support the MONARCH Act.