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Can just one feather save the dry forest in Costa Rica?

Scientists are using only one tail feather (R4) of Ruby- thoated hummingbirds to find their wintering grounds in Costa Rica and maybe protect the habitat they use in winter. See the article in https://watchingbirdscostarica.com/b...in-costa-rica/
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