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My lifer Whooping Crane – something I thought I might never see


It’s been a long time coming, but I was recently guided to my lifer WHOOPING CRANE by my nephews Benjamin and Matt Hack (+ special guest star Matt’s friend Kaitie) at a lake near Dexter, Michigan. This is an ENDANGERED … Continue reading

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Birding Community E-Bulletin, Sep. 2016


A vagrant Jabiru, questions of how much someone should pay for poaching an endangered Whooping Crane, and a new National Monument in Maine dominate the headlines of this month’s Birding Community E-Bulletin:   The Birding Community E-bulletin is distributed to … Continue reading

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2016 Partners in Flight Landbird Conservation Plan


The updated Landbird Conservation Plan from Partners in Flight has just been released. As with previous iterations, the emphasis is on applying objective criteria to determine those species in most need of conservation, delineating the habitats within ecoregions important for … Continue reading

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Red Knot our newest Endangered Species


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

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ESA in Action – Fall 2014 newsletter


The Ecological Society of America is active in research, management, conservation – you name it.  For a taste, check out the ESA in Action newsletter.   CLIMATE ENGINEERING HILL BRIEFING Former House Science and Technology Committee Chairman Bart Gordon speaks … Continue reading

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African Lion to be listed as Endangered?


Interesting article below from Hannah Robbins writing for The Wildlife Society Multibriefs. The USFWS has proposed listing African lion for protection under the Endangered Species Act.  The article describes how the Act provides protection for more than 600 species that … Continue reading

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Birding Community E-Bulletin, Dec. 2014


Birding Community E-Bulletin December Birding Community E-Bulletin, Uncategorized December 5, 2014 by Paul Baicich This Birding Community E-bulletin is being distributed to active and concerned birders, those dedicated to the joys of birding and the protection of birds and their … Continue reading

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