Protected lands help bird populations recover and thrive in the long term, a study by the Petaluma-based Point Blue Conservation Science found. Over the course of a quarter century, researchers at the Palomarin Field Station in Bolinas surveyed bird populations in the Point Reyes National Seashore, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Mount Tamalpais State Park and Marin County . . .

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