Thanks to a decades-long effort, the Kirtland’s Warbler is now an Endangered Species Act success story after its removal from the endangered list in 2019. “The delisting of the Kirtland’s Warbler is cause for celebration and proof that the Endangered Species Act works,” said Shawn Graff, vice president of American Bird Conservancy’s Great Lakes program. “But this warbler is still among the rarest, most range-restricted migratory songbirds in North America…. Continued management efforts are imperative for the population to hold its ground and continue to expand.” Shawn will join us to explain just what that means for the bird’s growing Wisconsin population.
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