Audubon seeks bigger role - The Explorer: Pima Pinal

Audubon seeks bigger role

Posted: Wednesday, March 4, 2009 12:00 am

Contributed Photos, The Arizona populations of four birds — (clockwise, from top left) pygmy nuthatch, spotted towhee, northern pygmy-owl and American dipper — have decreased by 49 percent to 72 percent in the past four decades, according to Audubon Society data.

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