Fine Silver, textured and formed, inked then Kiln fired with vitreous enamel
Mother nature at her finest! A 90% decrease since the 1990s in Canada and the United States. The Monarch Butterfly faces multiple threats, most notably disruption of unique forested mountain areas in Mexico where most of the global population overwinters, as well as habitat loss in summer breeding. The increased use of industrial herbicides in North America has depleted habitat for breeding Monarch butterflies. Native Swamp milkweed and the introduced Common milkweed are essential adult breeding habitat and larval food sources in Nova Scotia.
Please reduce or cease the use of industrial herbicides and find alternate natural solutions to their use!