Donate now to help bird conservation
Please help the U.S. Cornell Lab of Ornithology to conserve the near threatened (IUCN listing) beautiful Golden-winged Warbler. Please click on the link at the end of this post.
I am a member of the Cornell Lab, even though I live in Australia, because I love birds. As a third year Biology student at the W.A. Institute of Technology years ago I studied the carbohydrate preferences of the sweet and tiny Brown Honeyater, Lichmera indistincta. Thank you to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and other organisations around the world for helping to save the birds. Donate now and you will receive a camera lens cleaning cloth with a picture of the Golden-winged Warbler on it.
The site has fantastic resources available online, and as a member, you will receive their periodical magazine. If you love birds, I recommend that you become a member, especially if you live in America.
The Golden-winged Warbler is a small, strikingly marked warbler, whom as a species is losing ground, both because of reforestation and displacement by the spreading Blue-winged Warbler. The Golden-winged Warbler is declining dramatically in the Northeastern United States, and is listed as a Federal Species of Special Concern.