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By Christopher Flavelle and Zolan Kanno-Youngs
Una nueva generación de investigadores colombianos vuelve a estudiar la fauna aviar, un siglo después que los naturalistas de los museos estadounidenses recorrieron el país.
Forests forest news articles and Forestry
Forests forest news articles and Forestry

At least two wildfire complexes are threatening some of the giant sequoia groves in Central California.
His Pulitzer-winning novel, “The Overstory,” left him so drained that he didn’t know whether he would write again. His new book, “Bewilderment,” came to him when he imagined a child talking to him in a forest.
One major blaze eased slightly on Thursday, but the state’s battle against wildfires is far from over. forest news articles
It seemed like an easy crime to stop: protected Indonesian rainforest, cut for coffee farms. But a globalized economy can undermine even the best-laid plans.
More firefighters and the end of summer tourist season were among the reasons the U.S. Forest Service cited in announcing the reopenings.
Despite a visit meant to emphasize his actions on wildfires, experts say there is little the president can do for now to reduce the damage as climate change gets worse.
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A century after museum collectors surveyed Colombia’s avian fauna, a new generation of researchers returns to see what remains, and what has changed.
The Greenwood fire in the Superior National Forest has burned more than 25,000 acres near the Canadian border since Aug. 15. what do you mean by forest conservation act class