The Cornell Lab of Ornithology has released its new study, finding that there are “steep, long-term losses across virtually all groups of birds in the U.S. and Canada.”  This week, the results of the report have been reported in The New York Times and Financial Times to name a few of the media outlets covering the story. In a one sentence summary of the report, Cornell states, “the cumulative loss of nearly three billion birds since 1970, across most North American biomes, signifies a pervasive and ongoing avifaunal crisis.”  We’re proud to partner with Cornell, raising critically needed funds to support its conservation efforts. Read the full report here