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December 12, 2004 | The Washington Post | Published News | DeNeen L. Brown
POPLAR RIVER ? The elders used to say that one should not make a sound when crossing the water here, lest one awaken the thunderbird who lives just up there, up there. Up where? Up there, says...
November 29, 2004 | Greenwire | Published News | Tasha Eichenseher
Protection of Canada's 1.3 billion acres of Boreal forest is expected to top the agenda of this week's third annual meeting of the World Conservation Union Congress in Bangkok, Thailand, where...
November 26, 2004 | Boreal Songbird Initiative | Published News
Resource Media Reporter Tip Sheet Contact:  Eric Sorensen (206) 792-0425; c: (206) 799-9186 November 26, 2004 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE International recommendation highlights importance of...
November 22, 2004 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Published News | Don Hopey
Look outside. Right now, at backyard bird feeders throughout the Pittsburgh region, red-breasted nuthatches, purple finches, winter wrens and dark-eyed juncos are stopping for a quick bite as they...
October 31, 2004 | Wisconsin State Journal | Published News | Brian Lavendel
Have you seen the traffic? And I don?t mean on the roads. With fall migration well underway, a steady stream of birds-in-transit pass our backyard feeders, meadows, forests, wetlands and flyways...
October 12, 2004 | Poughkeepsie Journal | Published News | Wesley M. Hochachka
The wood thrush, or at least the song of this sometimes-retiring bird, is a familiar part of a walk through the forest for many people east of the Great Plains in the United States. However, over the...
October 7, 2004 | Boreal Songbird Initiative | Published News
For Immediate Release: October 7, 2004Contact: Boreal Songbird Initiative Jen Lamson, 206-985-7481 Kristin Hyde Block, 206-491-0773 Marilyn Heiman, 206-956-9040 Seattle, WA – The...
October 1, 2004 | National Wildlife | Published News | Paul Tolm
Every spring, the aspenand poplar along the shores of Lesser Slave Lake in Alberta explode with color and sound as North America?s migratory songbirds return to the continent?s vast northern forest....
September 21, 2004 | Boreal Songbird Initiative | Published News
A new study from the University of Alberta shows that human activities are the main cause of the decline in woodland caribou in Northern Alberta. The study shines a new spotlight on the plight of...
August 16, 2004 | Boreal Songbird Initiative | Published News
Contact: Jen Lamson, Resource Media (206) 985-7481 Marilyn Heiman, Boreal Songbird Initiative (206) 321-1834 August 18, 2004 (Quebec City) - Canada's boreal region is so...

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