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News article: Winning interactive art on display informed by bird species identified as part of Climate Change Bird Atlas

Bird species identified in the U.S. Forest Service Climate Change Bird Atlas are behind an award winning new interactive art installation on display through the month of July in Minneapolis, MN.  The installation, “Orbacles” by MINN_LAB won Minneapolis’ 2017 Creative City Challenge. 

News article: Feeding Your Feathered Friends? Study Finds Complex Relationships Among Bird Feeders, Predators and Nest Survival

This news item originally appeared on the website of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.

Editor: A version of this press release ran in ScienceDaily on Dec. 7, 2016:

News article: Faculty, graduate students present research at largest ornithological conference in history
School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR) faculty, staff and graduate students participate in a number of international and national meetings throughout the year.    Several faculty and graduate students just returned from the largest ever North American Ornithological Conference (NAOC), which drew more than 2,000 ornithological professionals, amateurs and students from North America, the Caribbean, and around the world.   
News article: Forests Across U.S. Face Drought Threat: Study
This article was originally published on the website of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.   COLUMBUS, Ohio — A new analysis finds that almost all of America’s forests are vulnerable to increased drought and climate change. The study, which was published in February in the journal Global Change Biology, documents drought severity and frequency across the U.S.