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Conservation

How Birding Lists of the Deceased Are Finding New Life on eBird

How Birding Lists of the Deceased Are Finding New Life on eBird

— To salvage invaluable insights from moldering notebooks, scientists are painstakingly compiling and digitizing decades-old data.
To Help COVID Recovery and Address Climate, We Must Protect Natural Spaces

To Help COVID Recovery and Address Climate, We Must Protect Natural Spaces

— With the right policies, existing spaces like wetlands, forests, and farmland can remove emissions and help protect against future crises that affect people and wildlife. Congress must include support for natural climate solutions in any recovery plan.
Prickly Pair: Cactus-dwelling Couple Prove Rumors That Bald Eagles Nest in Saguaros

Prickly Pair: Cactus-dwelling Couple Prove Rumors That Bald Eagles Nest in Saguaros

— Eagles are increasingly turning to unconventional nesting sites—a good sign for the recovering species.
Recovery Efforts Provide the Opportunity to Build a 21st Century Energy System

Recovery Efforts Provide the Opportunity to Build a 21st Century Energy System

— As Congress makes plans to recover from the COVID crisis, they must plan for the future by supporting legislation that saves and creates jobs, while also creating a cleaner and healthier world.
EPA’s Recent Rollbacks Raise Public Health Worries for Vulnerable Americans

EPA’s Recent Rollbacks Raise Public Health Worries for Vulnerable Americans

— People of color already face more pollution linked to a higher risk of dying from COVID-19, and now the government is easing air-quality regulations.
From Meadow to Marsh, Habitats May Take a Hit During Pandemic

From Meadow to Marsh, Habitats May Take a Hit During Pandemic

— Restoration projects will likely see setbacks this spring, as invasive species removals and prescribed burns are put on hold.
Oil Market Woes Raise Concerns That More Wells Will Be ‘Orphaned’

Oil Market Woes Raise Concerns That More Wells Will Be ‘Orphaned’

— When energy companies go bust, taxpayers are often on the hook to clean up abandoned wells that pose environmental hazards.
Whooping Cranes Need to Socially Distance, Too, According to New Report

Whooping Cranes Need to Socially Distance, Too, According to New Report

— The endangered birds’ flocks are too big, putting them at risk of disease outbreak. Breaking up the large groups requires wetland restoration.
To Get By in the Big City, Birds Need to Have a Large Brain or Lots of Sex

To Get By in the Big City, Birds Need to Have a Large Brain or Lots of Sex

— A new study reveals two traits that help some species meet the challenges of city life in a quickly urbanizing world.
Researchers Are Retracing the Steps of a Century-Old Expedition to See How California's Birdlife Has Changed

Researchers Are Retracing the Steps of a Century-Old Expedition to See How California's Birdlife Has Changed

— In 1908, Joseph Grinnell began a 30-year project to document the state’s wildlife. Now, a modern resurvey of his study sites is yielding unprecedented insights into birds’ vulnerabilities and resilience.
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