Tag Archives: Cerulean Warbler

ProAves reforesting Colombia for Cerulean Warblers

An important habitat corridor for Cerulean Warblers has been reforested in Colombia, thanks to efforts of an international team of conservationists and to the many private ranchers, cacao, and coffee farmers who sponsored shade tree plantings on their land. Learn … Continue reading

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Trading mine tailings for chestnuts? Yes please!

“Approximately 1,000 acres of reclaimed mine lands will also be restored using American Chestnut plantings.” This just made my top 10 sentences of all time. For context, check out the latest from Steve Holmer and the American Bird Conservancy: New … Continue reading

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Pauxi Pauxi Reserve: Hope for wintering Cerulean Warblers

Conservationists working to reverse the negative population trend for the Cerulean Warbler have something to cheer about this week: the dedication of a new 672-acre reserve in Colombia.  The American Bird Conservancy and ProAves have teamed up to take this … Continue reading

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How they do it in Colombia – bird conservation and kids

International Migratory Bird Day Celebrations:  Just look at those angelic faces, turning out to celebrate their unique place in the world as a home to migratory birds! Here’s a description of International Migratory Bird Day from the link above, but … Continue reading

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