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I always find something really cool in this newsletter from Bryan Watts and his colleagues at the Center for Conservation Biology. You will too. Here’s a taste:
The rufa subspecies of the beleaguered Red Knot is to be the latest species protected under the Endangered Species Act. Check out the story – and coastal Virginia’s key role in recovery – in the latest newsletter from the Center … Continue reading
The latest newsletter is out from the Center for Conservation Biology, a joint project of the College of William and Mary and Virginia Commonwealth University. CONSERVATION STORIES Echoes of the Dough Birds Like a summer carnival coming to a Midwestern … Continue reading
Episode 21 of the Waterthrush Podcast is now live. What if we were in the midst of a mass extinction and no one knew it? What if, every day, a great work of art was lost and no one could … Continue reading
Here’s a great update 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 … Continue reading
Check out the latest issue of Conservation Cornerstones, the newsletter of the Center for Conservation Biology in Williamsburg, VA. My favorite features are the links to maps of satellite tracking data for Whimbrels – very cool!