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How Nature Works: Barrier Island Foraging Strategies | Cornell Lab of Ornithology

May 20, 2020

Louisiana’s barrier islands provide critical and unique habitat for a range of migrant and wintering bird species. Shorebirds in particular utilize a variety of specialized feeding techniques to harvest their own favored types of prey.

Louisiana’s barrier islands are rapidly disappearing.

Discover more about the issues at: http://birds.cornell.edu/spill

Explore coastal restoration efforts at: http://coastal.louisiana.gov

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