[Tweeters] Can We Save Europe's Migratory Birds?

Devorah the Ornithologist birdologist at gmail.com
Tue Nov 8 03:13:32 PST 2016


hello everyone,

I finally managed to publish this piece about a letter that was published
at the end of last week in the journal, SCIENCE. the author of that letter,
Franz Bairlein, is concerned about the ongoing survival of Europe's
long-distance migrating birds (due to problems that also plague neotropical
migrants):

Can We Save Europe's Migratory Birds?
http://www.forbes.com/sites/grrlscientist/2016/11/07/can-we-save-europes-migratory-birds/

This is a letter that got a strong response from everyone whom I
interviewed -- so much so that it is likely I will be writing more about
this topic in the future. (I ended up having to severely trim the piece
before publication since there was SUCH a deluge of information and comment
that it generated!)

As always, please share this piece widely, especially on social media &
twitter, since readership is how I get paid for my work.

thank you.

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