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Posted: Saturday, June 7, 2014 12:02 pm

Monarch butterflies will have three new waystops in northwestern New Mexico on their migrations across the continent.

Seventh-graders in the region will be tracking their progress. They’re hoping other New Mexicans will pitch in to help the butterfly, whose populations have been decimated in recent years by herbicides, development and loss of habitat, according to biologists.

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