Forest degradation is a major cause of bird population declines

Science & Tech

Humans are changing the composition of forests, and this can have serious consequences for many species that depend on trees for food, shelter, mating, and feeding. A new study from Oregon State University has found that bird populations in eastern Canada are declining as a result of habitat degradation, which is the reduction or loss…

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