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Last year was an incredible nesting season for Rhode Island's Ospreys. The 2016 Osprey Monitoring Report, which illustrates the hard work of over 100 volunteers, has been completed by Audubon's Director of volunteer services and coordinator of the monitoring program, Jonathon Scoones.
Walter J. Berry of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reports on the status of the Seaside Sparrow in this piece which was featured in our latest Report issue. Like the Saltmarsh Sparrow, Seaside Sparrows are threatened by a loss of habitat due to climate change.