Posted by: Sandy Steinman | April 17, 2017

Vermont’s  Forest Bird Population  Drops 14.2 Percent 

ABC  reports

The bird population in Vermont’s forests has declined 14.2 percent over 25 years, largely due to several factors, including invasive species, climate change, and the natural cycle of maturing forests, scientists with the Vermont Center for Ecostudies say.

The Norwich-based environmental research group says other factors for the decline include acid rain and the fragmentation of forestland caused by humans.

Read full article at: Study: Bird population in Vermont forests drop 14.2 percent – ABC News

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