Forestry practices have killed up to 104 million birds in the

Enviro & Legislation

The golden-crowned kinglet, one of North America’s smallest songbirds, is known for its grey belly, orange crest and ability to survive in harsh winter climates. However, new research finds kinglets and many other bird species are no match for forestry practices in the Maritimes. A study published Thursday shows clear-cutting and other practices have shrunk…

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