Conservation Cornerstones: eNewsletter from the Center for Conservation Biology

There are multiple cool stories in the latest Conservation Cornerstones eNewsletter. For example, read about the dramatic population crash of Laughing Gull as a nesting bird on the Delmarva Peninsula.  It looks to be a real-world casualty of rising sea levels . . .


It’s hard to imagine a Delmarva summer without Laughing Gulls, but the population trajectory makes that a possibility.


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