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September 23, 2003 | The New York Times | Published News | James Gorman
It's autumn, and the vast boreal forest of Canada is spilling birds. Ducks and geese are pouring out of it, and songbirds in the billions.

Some will winter in Westchester, some in Costa Rica. Some will stop at bird feeders, some will fly directly over hidden hunters. In all, three billion to five billion birds leave the Canadian boreal forest each fall, headed for warmer weather.

As the birds fly south, many of the people most involved with the Canadian boreal, which makes up 10...

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