Rethinking Windows for Avian Conservation

By Toby Czarny Birds are a keystone species within ecosystems around the world, being key actors in feeding networks in various environments. Since 1970, there has been a dramatic decline of avian species, with a net loss of ~3 billion birds in North America, largely due to human influence1. One of major contributors to birdContinue reading “Rethinking Windows for Avian Conservation”