Creating young forests benefits many species

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Conservation Corner By Marilyn Shy

I saw a male golden-winged warbler on my suet feeder early this spring.
It was the first time I had ever seen one, but I knew it from pictures I had studied. The male has a yellow forehead, broad yellow wing bars, and distinctive white and black markings on its face.
Golden-winged warblers are declining in numbers, and currently the American Bird Conservancy and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service have a special project to create more habitats for this beautiful songbird species.


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