Posted by: Sandy Steinman | December 31, 2020

Cal Poly Study Shows Birdsongs Benefit Humans

Cal Poly news release

If you thought your morning hike was contributing to your well-being, a new Cal Poly study shows that you’re right, especially if our avian friends were singing while you strolled.

A growing body of research shows that time spent in nature contributes to human mental health. Although many studies have found that humans benefit from spending time in nature, few studies have explored why.

A Cal Poly research team investigated how much the natural sounds humans hear during their time in the great outdoors contribute to this sense of well-being.

Read more at Cal Poly Study Shows Birdsongs Benefit Humans – Cal Poly News – Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo

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