• Jack Pine Juggernauts: What Will Happen to Kirtland's Warblers After Delisting?

    5 monthes ago - By All About Birds

    Amid a sea of scrubby jack pine, several scientists gather as a male Kirtland's Warbler-one of several within earshot-sits on the tip of a tree branch and fills the sky with his buoyant, clear song. The large warbler, with dandelion-yellow breast and slate-blue head and back, stands out as clearly as a traffic sign. It seems somehow incongruent that one of the continent's rarest migratory birds would sing so boldly in plain view, only 30 feet away.
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