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Tag Archives: BirdLife International
By Howard Meyerson It’s no secret that Lake Michigan waters are important for recreation and tourism. Thousands of summer tourists flock daily to its shoreline to boat, swim, and play. But scientists have recently determined that those crystal-blue waters are … Continue reading
Deforestation in the Amazon is threatening the existence of nearly 100 bird species, The Guardian reports. The findings are the conclusions of BirdLife International, a global bird conservation organization. The story reports that duck populations are disappearing in northern Europe and vulture … Continue reading