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How a Great Lakes wind farm may get beaten by birds

The nation’s first freshwater wind farm is in limbo after Ohio regulators required more study of migrating birds.
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COVID-19 hits conservation efforts

Researchers behind habitat restoration and wildlife protection groups are struggling to continue work amid the pandemic.
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Speaking of water: Michael Cohen on the Salton Sea

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Our seasons are out of whack, which is really bad for migratory birds

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How will climate change affect bird migration? Our scientists explain

We talk to BirdLife scientists about a recent paper they have been working on that has expanded our knowledge of birds and conservation.

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‘On life support:’ Research shows common pesticides starve, disorient birds

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