Anna Buckardt

Anna Buckardt

Aug 02, 2017

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About This Project

Donate to our U Maine gift account. Golden-winged Warbler is one of North America's fastest declining forest bird species. To reverse this decline, it is important to conserve the breeding (US/Canada) and winter (Latin America) habitats of this migratory songbird. We will identify the habitats used by Golden-wings on their annual migratory journey to help make better conservation decisions for this imperiled bird. Watch our video to learn more. Please join the journey!

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