'Find a bird'

Tonino, Leath
May 2011
High Country News;5/30/2011, Vol. 43 Issue 9, p7
The article offers information about the Goshawk Recommendations of the U.S. Forest Service wildlife biologist Richard Reynolds in the Kaibab National Forest of Arizona. The author states that the Recommendations is a conservation plan for the birds based on its food web. She states that some environmentalists see another excuse to cut big trees in the Goshawk Recommendations.


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