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May 16, 2005 | Calgary Herald | Published News
CALGARY (CP) - A spokeswoman from an Alberta conservation coalition travelled to Columbus, Ohio, on Monday to deliver a message to the parent company of Victoria's Secret. Rebecca Reeves spoke at...
May 11, 2005 | Environment News Service | Published News
Half of North American Birds Rely on Vanishing Boreal Forest SEATTLE, Washington, - The 1.5 billion acre North American Boreal Forest Region, stretching from Alaska to Newfoundland, holds one-...
May 11, 2005 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer | Published News | Marilyn Heiman
Around the country, people are celebrating the rediscovery of the ivory-billed woodpecker, an impressive bird that scientists had believed to be lost forever. The last confirmed sighting of the...
May 10, 2005 | The Miami Herald | Published News | Jeffery Wells
With news of the rediscovery of the ivory-billed woodpecker, efforts to preserve and restore segments of the once vast bottomland hardwood forests of the Mississippi Valley will become reinvigorated...
May 8, 2005 | Portland Press Herald | Published News | Deirdre Fleming
For 22 years, birders from across the globe have flocked to New Jersey to compete in the event known as the World Series of Birding. Birders come from as far away as Turkey, Scotland, the...
May 7, 2005 | Bangor Dailey News | Published News
With just 24 hours to locate and identify more than 200 birds, the sleep-deprived competitors in the World Series of Birding average one bird every seven minutes.Next week, the first-ever Maine team...
May 6, 2005 | SocialFunds | Published News | William Baue
Between 15 and 30 percent of K-C tissue products fiber originates from the Canadian Boreal Forest, according to a Greenpeace report, and only 19 percent of its fiber is recycled. SocialFunds.com...
May 2, 2005 | The Globe and Mail | Published News | Bob Weber
A new scientific study shows that Canada's boreal forest is even more important to birds across North America than previously thought -- making it, researchers say, even more important to protect....
May 2, 2005 | Boreal Songbird Initiative | Published News
For Immediate Release: May 2, 2005Contact: Marilyn Heiman, Boreal Songbird Initiative, 206.956.9040 or Jeffs Wells, Boreal Songbird Initiative, 207.458.8492 Recent discovery of "extinct" bird...
May 2, 2005 | The Tampa Tribune | Published News | Ann Paul
Ah, the signs of spring, however subtle they are in Tampa. Gone now, largely, are the robins and goldfinches we had all winter long, along with white pelicans and ducks in the bay. Many of the birds...

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