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Rushed and faulty process gives green light to massive and permanent destruction of Arctic Refuge’s Coastal Plain, an irreplaceable habitat for birds and other wildlife
A new study on wild sparrows found that one of the most widely used neonicotinoid pesticides puts bird populations at risk.
After 23 years studying the nesting success of puffins, razorbills and murres in the Gulf of Maine, research from Audubon and the University of New Brunswick supports the call for improved protections for forage fish populations.
The fires are not natural to the ecosystem—and add fuel to mounting threats that birds already face in the region.
New data show the imperiled bird’s numbers in a nosedive as the federal government continues to ease protections and sell off habitat.