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How tiny devices known as geolocators are unlocking the biggest secrets of bird migration Read More “The golden age of tracking”
In 1791, William Bartram, one of the foremost naturalists of early America, described two vulture species that were new to science. One was Black Vulture, … Read More “Florida’s lost vulture”
A top-notch article (The Golden Age of Tracking, pictured above) in our April 2013 issue explains how tiny new tracking devices known as geolocators are … Read More “10 huge discoveries uncovered with small geolocators”
Why the fate of the Everglades is tied to the fortunes of its most stunning bird, the Roseate Spoonbill Read More “Roseate Spoonbill: Icon of South Florida”
How your morning cup of joe can help save the birds you see this spring Read More “The true cost of coffee”
Why late fall and early winter are the best times to listen for the Great Horned Owl Read More “Great silent hunter”
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