“The golden-cheeked warbler already has an uncertain future as more and more land is developed in the Hill Country,” said Joan Marshall, director of Texas Audubon. “That’s why the science is so important — to base listing decisions on the best science available. That’s what’s frustrating about Texas A&M’s suppression of the O’Donnell article.” Read the Austin American Statesman investigative report. View a timeline of how this issue has unfolded here.
HCA is one of many sponsors of the Bio Diversity Works: 2016 Golden-Cheeked Warbler and Black-Capped Vireo Symposium to be held at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center January 28 – 29.