Canada’s vast boreal forest a biodiversity hotspot

Philadelphia Inquirer: In case you missed it and forgot to send a card -- as did I -- Wednesday was the International Day for Biodiversity. What's biodiversity? Ask most people, and they think it's related to the number of species in a particular area. The more species, the more biodiversity. So, naturally, they think of places like the Amazon as being biodiversity strongholds. But a report from the Boreal Songbird Initiative and Ducks Unlimited begs to differ. They think other characteristics -- concentrations......

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