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Thursday, October 24, 2019

YALE FOREST BIRDS SHOW POPULATION INCREASE


Bird populations at Yale Forest have increased since 1985, but the amount of variability among individual study sites has also increased. As the figure shows, surveys were duplicated each year to gain a perspective of survey variability.

Unlike continental trends, which show that birds have declined by 30%, forest birds in northeastern Connecticut have undergone a 20% increase. Read about this and more in Bird Conservation Research's October newsletter: http://www.birdconservationresearch.org/pdf/bcr%20newsletter%2021-4.pdf.

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