Vermont Forest Bird Monitoring Program Reveals Decline in Aerial Insectivores

Aerial insectivores have seen better times. For the last decade or so, ornithologists have noted steady declines in this diverse group of birds.

Why is this relevant to Resh Mill? Every burial at Resh Mill will be an opportunity to restore the fields and meadows to support the wildlife and natural habitat. Conservation Burial is “…a practice that puts us in partnership with the earth.” (Suzanne Kelly, Greening Death)

Source: Vermont Forest Bird Monitoring Program Reveals Decline in Aerial Insectivores

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