1.) How many acres of land do Bird Friendly coffee farms protect?
2.) Bird friendly coffee farms are found in how many countries?
3.) How many coffee producers participate in the Smithsonian Bird Friendly Certification program?
4.) How many pounds of Bird Friendly coffee are produced each year?
a) 1 million
b) 11 million
c) 15 million
d) 19 million
5.) Which of these birds found in Ohio are also commonly found on Bird Friendly coffee plantations?
a) Baltimore Oriole
b) Black-throated green warbler
c) Cape May warbler
d) All of the above
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