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What’s magical about the boreal? It remains largely untouched.
April 13, 2015 | BirdNote | Published News

Ric McArthur

Nearly half of all the bird species in the United States and Canada – including this Canada Warbler - depend on one amazing resource: the boreal forest. It stretches from the interior of Alaska across northern Canada, all the way to Newfoundland, providing critical habitat for up to three billion nesting birds. The boreal forest is an intact ecosystem that contains the world's largest network of streams, rivers, and wetlands. If it’s to survive, though, partnerships between communities, businesses, and...

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