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On the Hawaiian island of Kaua‘i, the invasive insects can cause nest abandonment and even kill chicks when they invade burrows.
Long considered a harbinger of warmer weather, the robin's seasonal movements are surprisingly complex, writes bird expert Kenn Kaufman.
A study finds that weaving wild patches into farmland can attract more beneficial species, reducing crop damage and risks to food safety.
Major new funding and new flexibility improve the outlook for people and birds, even in drought.