Wednesday, January 14, 2009

The Fastest-disappearing Warbler

(click on image for more artwork by Robin Street-Morris)

"In the past four decades, the cerulean warbler's numbers have declined roughly 70 percent, which is why wildlife watchers are applauding the acquisition of an 80-acre plot of prime breeding ground for the warblers in the Ozarks."

Link: Conservationists acquire rapidly disappearing bird's breeding grounds

Cerulean Warbler © Robin Street-Morris used with permission.

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