Glass collisions are a huge problem for birds. The American Bird Conservancy estimates that up to a billion birds die in collisions with glass each year in the United States. Although most people have seen or heard a bird hit a window, they often believe it is an unusual event. Add up all those deaths and the number is staggering....
Katrina Strathmann, Restoration Ecologist, Mid-Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group
Cottonwood: Rivers and Reproduction
Katrina Strathmann, Restoration Ecologist Mid-Columbia Fisheries Enhancement GroupPosted by Yakima Valley Audubon Society on Thursday, January 28, 2021
Riparian forests form the foundation of lowland floodplain and channel systems. They provide shade, nutrient input, and large wood critical to maintaining channel...
Charles Bergman, Pacific Lutheran University
Every Penguin in the World - A Quest to See Them All - Charles Bergman
Every Penguin in the World - A Quest to See Them All - Charles BergmanPosted by Yakima Valley Audubon Society on Thursday, December 3, 2020