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Cheers to 20 years of Bobolinks and Savannah Sparrows!

Savannah Sparrow (photo by Phil Stollsteimer (2021 field crew)) A lot can happen over 20 summers in hayfields in Shelburne, Vermont. Between 2002-2021, we banded 9,760 individual Bobolinks and Savannah Sparrows, found and monitored 3440 of their nests, and tracked dozens of them to and from their distant breeding grounds. We deployed five types of cutting edge miniaturized tracking devices (not all of which worked!), analyzed DNA with diverse molecular techniques (ditto!), built massive statistical…

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