View from Sapsucker Woods: Why a Cornell Lab?

View from Sapsucker Woods: Why a Cornell Lab?

From the spring 2021 edition of Living Bird magazine. Subscribe now. In 2010, when I was describing to our Board of Directors the need to launch our discovery campaign to raise...
Lone Lake in the Parks Bank of British Columbia - Help us raise funds for the Trumpeter Swan Conservation

Lone Lake in the Parks Bank of British Columbia – Help us raise funds...

This historic property is a rare privately owned property in the middle of a world-class wilderness area: southern Tweedsmuir Provincial Park, the largest park in British Columbia with almost 1 million...
Brown-headed Nuthatches Return to Missouri’s Ozark Mountains After 100 Years

Brown-headed Nuthatches Return to Missouri’s Ozark Mountains After 100 Years

From the Spring 2021 issue of Living Bird magazine. Subscribe now. Late last summer, Sarah Kendrick and several other researchers hauled two plastic milk crates into a sunny shortleaf pine glade in...
Aeʻo

Feds suggest removing Aeʻo (Hawaiian style) from the list

The US American Fish and Wildlife Service proposes to delete the Aeʻo (Hawaiian Stilt) from endangered to threatened under the Endangered Species Act. The agency is asking for a public...
In Spain, momentum is building for vulture conservation

In Spain, momentum is building for vulture conservation

From the spring 2021 edition of Living Bird magazine. Subscribe now. Similar to vultures in Africa, the large scavengers were historically persecuted and poisoned across the Strait of Gibraltar in Spain....
NEW PAPER: "The decline of butterflies in Europe: problems, meaning and possible solutions"

NEW PAPER: “The decline of butterflies in Europe: problems, meaning and possible solutions”

A new paper, entitled "The Decline of Butterflies in Europe: Problems, Significance, and Possible Solutions," which is part of a special article entitled "The Global Insect Decline in the Anthropocene," has...
Living Bird Spring 2021 - Table of Contents

Living Bird Spring 2021 – Table of Contents

A yellow-throated warbler in a cherry tree on a cloudy day in New Jersey. Photo by Ray Hennessey. More from Living BirdLiving Bird Magazine Archives ...
Why public consultations are important to nature

Why public consultations are important to nature

You know nature suffers. They are aware that more and more places are becoming uninhabitable and that biodiversity is decreasing at an alarming rate. You can't stand...
Is Bird Migration Getting More Dangerous?

Is Bird Migration Getting More Dangerous?

From the Spring 2021 issue of Living Bird magazine. Subscribe now. Imagine walking coast-to-coast across the United States and back—6,000 miles—over the span of a few weeks, using nothing but your own...
Condors

Condors to return to the Pacific Northwest

The long-awaited reintroduction of California Condors to the Pacific Northwest, which we first reported in 2017, is slated for fall or spring 2022. On March 23, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,...