Conservation Letters presents cutting-edge advances in the science and practice of conserving biological diversity and promoting human well-being. The journal promotes high-impact, problem-focused studies on globally important, policy-relevant topics that provide conservation practitioners, policy-makers and researchers insights and techniques for better ensuring the persistence of biodiversity. The journal is committed to providing authors a rapid assessment and publication process.

Publisher
Wiley
Website
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1755-263X

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Birds' cultural benefits

From Mother Goose nursery rhymes to the Beatles' "Blackbird," our love for birds is woven throughout world cultures. As deforestation and climate change threaten the habitats of birds, scientists are beginning to take stock ...

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