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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.
I was feeling discouraged in life, when I began volunteering at a local park. That’s when the project’s leader, Eleanor Osgood, changed my outlook.
Quick action and a partnership with a local winery allowed the Central Kentucky Audubon Society to protect a local population of Henslow’s Sparrows—and led to a discovery that could help the species in other places.