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04. Dec 2020

Charles Nilon, a professor of fisheries and wildlife at the MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, found that businesses can contribute to raptor preservation efforts by engaging in less development of lawn areas and increased planting or preservation of native grasslands and woodlots. Image credit: Kyle Spradley

Charles Nilon, professor of fisheries and wildlife.

Photo by Kyle Spradley | © 2014 – Curators of the University of Missouri

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