songbirds

Scientists and soldiers saving songbirds

Human activity has encroached on natural habitats in many places around the world but just outside of Tacoma, Washington, two species are finding ways to live and work together. Soldiers at the Joint Base Lewis-Mcchord are working with conservation biologists to share their training site with a small population of endangered songbirds.

SciTech Now Episode 338

In this episode of SciTech Now, scientists and soldiers save songbirds in Tacoma, Washington; a NY Times Columnist gives readers a closer look into the lives of scientists; invertebrates as climate change indicators; and examining bones.

Scientists and soldiers saving songbirds

Human activity has encroached on natural habitats in many places around the world but just outside of Tacoma, Washington, two species are finding ways to live and work together. Soldiers at the Joint Base Lewis-Mcchord are working with conservation biologists to share their training site with a small population of endangered songbirds.

How songbirds are surviving climate change

Scientists in North Carolina’s Great Smokey Mountains National Park are studying how Carolina Chickadees build their nests in different climates. They hope to use this research to understand how songbirds will adapt to climate change in the future.