Birds in Forested Landscapes
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Results and Publications

Scientific Results:
"Adverse effects of acid rain on the distribution of the Wood Thrush Hylocichla mustelina in North America," in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
view the abstract
read the article
view the Cornell
press release
view the PNAS press release

Effects of recreational development on forest-breeding birds in U.S. National Forests: Final report to USDA Forest Service.
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High-res PDF (10.5Mb)


BFL in the Press:
Forests fall silent with acid rain, BBC News
Is Acid Rain Killing Off Wood Thrushes?, National Geographic News, National Geographic Today
Acid Rain Affect's Birds' Diet, The Washington Post
Study points to acid rain in decline of songbirds, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Acid rain threatening songbirds, The Independent
Acid rain hinders birds' breeding, The Miami Herald
Acid rain may silence songbirds, CBC News
Study Points to Acid Rain in Decline of Songbirds, Natural Resources Defense Council


BFL in Living Bird:
Into the Woods


BFL in Birdscope:
New Directions for BFL
Birds and Forest Recreation

Birders in Forested Landscapes

BFL Analyzes Early Results
Early Looks at Thrush Relationships
The Thrush Still Sings


Publications:

A Land Manager's Guide to Improving Habitat for Scarlet Tanagers and other Forest-interior Birds Land Manager's Guide to Improving Habitat for Scarlet Tanagers and other Forest-interior Birds
A Land Manager's Guide to Improving Habitat for Forest Thrushes

 

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