How 'Goldilocks fires' can give rise to vibrant bird communities years after a forest blaze

Monday, October 10, 2016 - 06:41 in Earth & Climate

California has a complicated relationship with wildfires. Though drought and climate change have helped make conflagrations in the Sierra Nevada increasingly powerful, fires aren’t all bad. Wildfires, under the right conditions, help to increase the variety of birds found in the forest, according...

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