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Posted on: January 5, 2018

Marshall Public Library Display Highlights Monarch Butterfly


The life of an iconic butterfly will be on display at the Marshall Public Library.

During January and February, the library will feature a display on the monarch butterfly. According to the National Wildlife Federation, Monarch populations have dropped by roughly 90 percent in the last twenty years. The exhibit will highlight the beauty of the insect as well as how citizens and scientists are coming together to conserve the species.

"Come learn about the life history of this incredible insect," says Maria Pacioretty, Wildlife Biologist with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game. "We will provide resources about how you and your community can get involved, even in your own backyard."

The display is a collaboration between the Idaho Department of Fish and Game and the Caribou-Targhee National Forest.

For more information on the programs and services available at the Marshall Public Library, visit

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