Filigree Monarch Butterfly Penannular Brooch
Handmade Fair Trade in Indonesia
White Brass & Brass
Total width: 2 inches
Height (excluding stick): 2 inches
Stick length (including butterfly ornament): 3.25 inches
Total weight: .6 ounces
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The Filigree Monarch Penannular Brooch is an addition to our pollinator series and part of our effort to celebrate the majestic beauty of Monarch butterflies and to raise awareness of the threats Monarchs face.
Grow Milkweed in your garden to help save the habitat that Monarch caterpillars need in order that this species survive. Milkweed is all they eat.
Monarch butterflies are endangered. While the butterflies pollinate many flower species during their nectar foraging, Monarch caterpillars only eat Milkweed and in the United States we have lost 860 million Milkweed stems in the last decade. During this same time, the population of migratory Monarch butterflies has declined by 80% according to the US Geological Survey. Estimates are that we need as many as 1.8 billion more stems of Milkweed to restore our Monarch butterflies to healthy populations.
For more information about how to help in the effort to maintain Monarch populations and help them return to healthy levels, please go go
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