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Kirtland’s warblers show how connecting all migration’s points can chart a way to sustainability

Around the world, thousands of migratory animals travel hundreds or even thousands of miles each year. The journey of migratory animals is more important than their destination. Scientists use the endangered Kirtland’s warblers to show how connecting all migration’s points can chart a way to sustainability. In the most recent issue of the journal Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene, Michigan …

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First breeding records of warblers, wheatear in Iraq

By Laith Ali Al-Obeidi In recent years, Nature Iraq (BirdLife Partner) has recorded two breeding firsts in the country. In May 2012, I accompanied Richard Porter in bird surveys in Iraqi Kurdistan,in the ChamiRazan area northwest of the city of Sulaimani. It was here that we got our first sighting of Sedge Warbler Acrocephalus schoenobaenus breeding; a pair were collecting …

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