Monarch butterfly on butterflyweed. Photo by Mara Koenig/USFWS.
We are developing a database to capture new, ongoing and planned conservation efforts for the monarch butterfly. Conservation efforts are on-the-ground actions designed to improve the population status of monarchs. This includes improving and creating habitat by enhancing milkweed and blooming nectar plant resources. The database will help the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and conservation partners assess conditions for the monarch now and into the future, across the United States.
We expect the database to be ready for data entry by June 2018. Until that time, we will host a series of webinars as an opportunity to provide updates and to receive your feedback on database development. Comments and questions regarding the database can also be provided by email to FW3_monarchconservation@fws.gov.
Database Fields (PDF) updated Feb. 8, 2018
Threats and Activities Table (PDF) updated Feb. 8, 2018
Simplified Version of Data Model (1.3 MB PDF)
Webinar Topic and Approximate Dates