The Integrated Monarch Monitoring Program (IMMP) is a national initiative to track monarchs and their habitats across their North American breeding range in order to better understand habitat availability, quality, and use by monarchs. Data from IMMP enable researchers to evaluate how all monarch life states interact with habitat characteristics across geographies and through time. To gather information on the vast scale used by this migratory species, this monitoring effort engages a a broad network of citizen scientists, biological researchers, resource managers, and landowners. Participants collect data that build a national dataset available for local, regional, or national analyses. Conservation organizations can engage now to develop datasets that will benefit their own monitoring efforts as well as nationwide monarch conservation.
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