Grand Canyon Monarch Butterfly Metal Ornament
Each fall, migrating monarch butterflies travel thousands of miles from their summer breeding grounds to locations where they will spend the winter. One of their stops along the way is Grand Canyon National Park. GCC funding supports the pollinator gardens on the South Rim that were installed to help increase the monarch butterfly population, which is at risk due to habitat loss, climate change, and pesticides. Park scientists conduct research and monitor the butterflies with the help of citizen scientists like you!
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Ornament etched from Solid Brass
Finished in 24kt Gold
Comes in a window gift box.
Approx 3.5" x 2.5"
Made in the USA