Audubon Magazine May-June 2010

There are three distinct rosy-finch species in North America, and all of them thrive in extreme environments. In winter the finches congregate in the rugged mountains of New Mexico, where they feast on seeds. Jen Judge

Band of Brothers

Not even a tragic accident could derail two young men’s inspiring project to study one of North America’s least-understood birds. Their groundbreaking research is helping ornithologists understand how to help these birds as a warming climate alters

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