Why protecting Canada’s boreal forest is this century’s great conservation idea
A hundred years ago, the Migratory Bird Treaty helped shape North America’s conservation ethic. Today, new initiatives in Canada offer hope for a sound environmental future
A photo of a Hudsonian Godwit. An estimated 67% of the species' North American population breeds within the boreal forest. Photograph courtesy of Francesco Veronesi, Wikimedia Commons.
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