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Tag recovery list updated – Monarch Watch

More than 900 Monarch Watch tags were recovered from monarch overwintering sites in central Mexico during the 2021 tagging season. All of the tags have been examined and the “Tag recoveries from central Mexico” list has been updated. By default, this list is sorted by the report season then by tag code and now includes nearly 21,000 records.

To view the tag recovery lists, please visit

Thank you to everyone who tagged monarchs in 2021 and also those who assisted with the recovery efforts!

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    1. Dear Theresa,

      We sincerely appreciate your engagement and the time you took to leave a comment on our website. Your curiosity and interest in monarch tagging are truly commendable.

      However, please note that we do not offer the service of tagging monarch butterflies. It appears that the program you are inquiring about may be managed by, an organization dedicated to monarch butterfly conservation, tagging and research.

      For comprehensive information and assistance regarding monarch tagging, we recommend reaching out to They specialize in this field and can provide you with the expertise and resources you need to get involved in monarch butterfly tagging initiatives.

      Once again, thank you for your interest, Theresa. We are here to support your passion for butterflies and conservation, and we hope you find the information you seek through

      If you have any more questions or require further information, please feel free to reach out to us or the dedicated experts at

      Warm regards,
      The Monarch Team

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