Cornell Lab Annual Report 2023
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Photo credits: Wood Thrush by John Petruzzi/Macaulay Library with graphic by Sarah Serrousi; Tree Swallow by Marie Reed; Yellow Warbler courtesy of Bird Academy; birds on feeder by Bird Cams; Northern Cardinal by Bob Dunlap/Macaulay Library; Golden-fronted Woodpecker by Marcy Barbosa/BirdSpotter; three young birders courtesy of eBird; boy with ducks courtesy of CUBs; Calliope Hummingbird by Marya Moosman/Macaulay Library; children with binoculars by Susan Spear; students at Cornell Botanical Gardens by Justin Muir; young birders in woods courtesy of eBird; elephant by Scott Anger/Lost Bird Films; coffee beans in hand by Gustave Axelson; Great Philippine Eagle by Neil Rettig; Cornell Lab in fall by Dimitri Ponirakis; boardwalk in autumn by Tim Gallagher; girl with notebook courtesy of the Cornell Lab; composite of a hovering Green-breasted Mango by Jesús Antonio Moo Yam; aerial photos of burned landscape by Michael Sweeney; Purple Martins by Alex Eberts/Macaulay Library; Golden-cheeked Warbler by Bryan Calk/Macaulay Library.
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