Luring in Cerulean Warblers, honoring the volunteer spiritAuthor(s): Paul Hamel
Source: The Habitat 25(1):13-14.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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What is it about the cerulean warbler - sometimes described as a "piece of sky" - that inspires people to trek out into the hot, buggy Arkansas woods in the middle of June? The story we'll tell here - partly in his own rather succinct words - is that of a Doc Weaver, a retired general practitioner who has given his time and unique skills to the effort to pull a small bird back from the edge of extinction.
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CitationHamel, Paul. 2008. Luring in Cerulean Warblers, honoring the volunteer spirit. The Habitat 25(1):13-14.
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