Tag Archives: Virginia

Beach-nesting birds: assault from all sides


Their fortunes tied to the tides, many species of coastal birds nest directly on the beach. Here Nature seems to conspire against them in these places we so often associate with idyllic relaxation. On North America’s temperate Atlantic Coast, beaches … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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