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Guidelines for Managing Bicknell's Thrush Habitat in the U.S.
A new document, Guidelines for Managing Bicknell’s Thrush Habitat in the United States, describes how to promote habitat conditions and processes that will help sustain Bicknell’s thrushes and other disturbance-adapted mountain birds in the US Northeast. A common understanding of the habitats and practices that benefit this vulnerable species will help secure its future as an icon of the Northeast’s most remote forests.
New York Obtains Boreas Ponds Adirondack Tract
The 20,758 acre Boreas Ponds tract borders the largest wilderness areas in the Adirondacks. It is the last in a string of transactions to acquire former Finch Pruyn lands by the state of New York. It includes 50 miles of rivers and streams, forests and habitat for moose, loons and Bicknell’s Thrush.
International Experts Convene for Bicknell’s Thrush
Twenty-one stakeholders of the International Bicknell's Thrush Conservation Group convened recently in Woodstock, Vermont to launch a revision of the 2010 Conservation Action Plan for this globally rare and vulnerable migratory songbird.