Mallard ducks monitored with satellite tracking extensively used public and private wetland conservation areas.
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Better First Contact
Project hopes to save isolated Amazon groups from extinction
Amazonian indigenous peoples are often devastated by their first contact with the modern world, but can rebound in population within a decade if they survive the initial meeting.
Bringing a Bird Back From the Brink
A SNR researcher works to save one of the world's most endangered avians
This kingfisher is one of the world’s most endangered species. A 2008 census revealed only one population with approximately 125 individuals alive – down from approximately 500 birds in 1974. At one time, only 39 birds could be located.
A Bird’s Eye View
Research seeks to understand how the landscape influences bird movement and dispersal
One would think that Missouri’s birds fly wherever they want. Research is showing that resident jays, woodpeckers and cardinals are not so free, however. They stick close to a home forest and avoid flying over large areas of clear space.