We have an entire generation of children growing up without knowing the outdoors, without knowing the names of the trees and plants and animals around them. They have seen more animals on television than they have in the wild. Most of them have never played with a horny toad or tadpole or seen either in its natural habitat.

How can they value what they have never known?

How can they respect what they do not understand?

How can they cherish what they do not appreciate?

"October is Monarch Month in Eagle Pass.
Monarch migration is the smallest in recorded history, but Eagle Pass is fortunate to be located directly in the path of the Central Flyway, where thousands pass each fall. "

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