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“Like the clear crisp notes of the wood thrush, to­day’s court de­ci­sion cuts through all the noise and con­fu­sion to un­equiv­o­cally up­hold the most ef­fec­tive bird con­ser­va­tion law on the books — the Mi­gra­tory Bird Treaty Act.” — Sarah Green­berger, In­terim chief con­ser­va­tion of­fi­cer for the Na­tional Audubon So­ci­ety, Tues­day, on United States Dis­trict Court Judge Valerie Caproni’s le­gal opin­ion that the Trump ad­min­is­tra­tion’s roll­back of the MBTA is “con­trary to the plain mean­ing of the MBTA.”

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