Cedar Park, Leander communities providing resources for monarchs
As spring flowers bloom, butterflies, bees and other pollinators are at work in local gardens and visiting wildflowers along the highway. Among those is the state insect and a recognizable orange, black and white butterfly—the monarch. Over the past 20 years the monarch butterfly population has decreased, according to Curt Randa, Cedar Park parks and recreation director, raising concern about their numbers as the butterflies fly across the United States each year from Mexico to Canada.
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