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Scientists who rely on the mail to gather data and run bird studies worry about what could be lost without reliable delivery.
But it's not enough to look only at the past, say experts—organizations must examine how these legacies influence their fields today.
For young people, the camera is a tool for adventure, learning, and empowerment in the outdoors.
Many birds, such as owls and woodpeckers, thrive in forest habitats created after fire. But the hotter, bigger, more destructive megafires out West might be too much even for them.
The federal government keeps losing in court—and its reversals might not stick—because it's been sloppy in dismantling regulations, experts say.
At age seven, Ryan Cassella documented the American Robin family nesting in his family's yard.