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"Their breeding grounds were hit by late winter storms that blew down trees and damaged their habitat severely, enough to kill many millions of them. That means fewer made it to the breeding grounds last year, and so fewer made it to Mexico in the fall of 2016. Texas is a crucial place for them -- they have to pass through the state on their way north in the spring and lay eggs."

Dr. Craig Wilson, Texas A&M Center for Mathematics and Science Education
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