Learn How Conservation Benefits Golden-winged Warblers
Photo: Aimee Tomcho
Conservation helps preserve ecological function by maintaining natural diversity. For many birds, habitat loss is accelerating population declines. We can work together to conserve these habitats if we understand their role in each bird’s lifecycle. For the Golden-winged Warbler and others, this means preserving a mosaic of forest growth stages throughout their range.
In this series of blog posts, learn about all the work of the GWWA Working Group and what this collaborative effort has done to protect this tiny gem of our forests.
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