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You’ve Got Quail: Why Thousands of Rural Mail Carriers Count Roadside Wildlife Every Year
June 13, 2017
— In a handful of states, the annual surveys of bobwhite, pheasants, rabbits, and other game species provide valuable data for wildlife managers.
Yet Again, Texas Developers Try to Delist the Endangered Golden-cheeked Warbler
June 7, 2017
— Relying on contested research and armed with a beguiling video ad campaign, the Texas Public Policy Foundation is back with a lawsuit.
With Songbird Populations Declining, Vermont Seeks to Keep Its Forests Intact
June 5, 2017
— Thanks to Audubon Vermont and others, the already green state is becoming even more proactive about preventing forest fragmentation.
Listen to the Pectoral Sandpiper's Amazing Aerial Mating Display
June 5, 2017
— Along with many other species, every summer this shorebird heads to the coastal plain of Alaska's Arctic Refuge to breed.
B.A.R.K. Rangers Protect Plovers by Being Model Canine Citizens
June 2, 2017
— New outreach programs in national and state parks turn canine foes into friends of nesting birds and other wildlife.
Proposed Budget Cuts Signal First Attack on Current Sage-Grouse Protection Plan
May 31, 2017
— Sweeping land-use plans kept the Greater Sage-Grouse off the endangered species list. What happens if the Trump administration rolls them back?
Proposed 2018 Federal Budget Leaves Little Room for Birds or Conservation
May 23, 2017
— If the administration's proposed budget signals its values, one thing is clear: protecting birds and the places they need is not high on the list.
Drilling in the Arctic Refuge Threatens the World's Birds
May 23, 2017
— Hidden in the President's newest budget proposal is the potential opening of the refuge to new oil and gas development.
New Jersey Greens Its Highways With Native Plants—and Your State Can, Too
May 18, 2017
— The drivers behind the state’s new landscaping law share their story, along with tips on how to get your local politicians on board.
Do the Benefits of Tracking Migrant Warblers Outweigh the Risks?
May 10, 2017
— Research shows that geolocators might prevent some migratory warblers from returning home, but those that do provide valuable conservation data.
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