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A monarch butterfly has been tagged with a tracking device, which allows researchers to monitor monarch migration paths. Tracking the butterflies allows researchers to identify potential sites for monarch gardens, similar to the one being constructed along the Lakewalk. (Photo courtesy of David Lood)

Monarch fans put out butterfly-friendly buffet along Duluth Lakewalk

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Some familiar friends may soon be spending a little more time in Duluth.

Migrating monarch butterflies have been making fewer pit stops in the Northland lately, as development in the area has claimed some of the spots where they used to sojourn during their thousand-mile journeys. Now, there’s a plan to make them feel a little more at home.

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