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Adirondack Park Study Shows Bird Communities Impacted By Exurban Residences Up To 200 Meters Away
2013-02-26 11:43:28

Wildlife Conservation Society Some species keeping their distance, while others cozy up to human neighbors As part of the study, scientists sampled the presence of 20 species of birds both near and far from 30 rural residences in the Adirondack Park. Calculating their occurrence at increasing distances from the residences, they determined that "human-adapted" species are 36 percent more likely to occur near the homes than in the surrounding mixed hardwood-conifer forests, and that...

2011-06-04 15:52:14

Managers of northern Michigan forests may not see the birds for the trees when looking out for timber harvests.

2008-06-21 12:00:12

PORT ROWAN, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 21, 2008) - Canada's Environment Minister, John Baird, and Canada's Minister of Citizenship and Immigration and Member of Parliament for Haldimand - Norfolk, Diane Finley, today announced $677,037 in funding to protect wild bird species at-risk, their nests and their habitat.

Latest Black-throated Green Warbler Reference Libraries

2008-08-15 19:23:13

The Black-throated Green Warbler (Dendroica virens), is a small songbird of the New World warbler family. Their habitat is coniferous and mixed forests in eastern North America and western Canada and cypress swamps on the southern Atlantic coast. These birds migrate to Mexico, Central America, the West Indies and southern Florida. It is 4.75 inches long and weighs 3/10 of an ounce. It has an olive-green crown, a yellow face with olive markings, a thin pointed bill, white wing bars, an...

2008-08-15 19:07:26

The Black-throated Gray Warbler (Dendroica nigrescens), is a small songbird of the New World warbler family. They are found in open coniferous and mixed forests in western North America, especially with oak, juniper or pinyon pine. These birds migrate to Mexico and the south-western United States. These birds have a black crown, a white face, a thin pointed bill, white wing bars, gray upperparts with black streaks on their back and white underparts with black streaks on the flanks. Adult...

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