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Buzzard protection focus of Savannah River Ecology Lab study

Special to SEGAZINE

Birds that get their sustenance from eating dead animals are the focus of a local study aimed at keeping them alive.

Amanda Holland, a University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources graduate student, helps tag a vulture.

Vultures, or scavenging birds that feed on carrion, have been on the decline in recent decades in many places across the globe. Jim Beasley, an assistant research scientist at the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, wants to make sure that buzzards stick around in Georgia and South Carolina.

The Augusta Chronicle.

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