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The COVID-19 Pandemic loomed large over the 121st CBC season in Ontario, with 17 counts from year 120 not completed this year.
As extreme weather and climate events cause increasing devastation, people and birds are paying the price.
Scientists want to ensure that swaths of trees killed by saltwater flooding are more than dead forest, but become quality marsh habitat for birds.
A statement from Marcelle Shoop, Saline Lakes Program Director.
At a time when most European bird populations are shrinking, the recovery of a Portuguese songbird is a bright spot that underscores the importance of habitat restoration.
A dredging operation provides material to restore Crab Bank, an important seabird sanctuary in Charleston Harbor.
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