Saving Indiana Songbirds Starts in Our Forests

Science & Tech

By now, even those of us who can’t tell a warbler from a woodpecker have likely heard the news: Songbird populations are disappearing at an alarming rate around the world. Since 1970, North America alone has lost more than 2.9 billion birds, according to a recent study published in the journal Science. That adds up to a…

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