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Nearly 30% of birds in U.S., Canada have vanished since 1970

By Gustave Axelson – Cornell Chronical – September 19, 2019 – Video
If you were alive in 1970, more than 1 in 4 birds in the U.S. and Canada have disappeared within your lifetime. According to research published Sept. 19 by the journal Science, the total breeding bird population in the continental U.S. and Canada has dropped by 29 percent since that year. Read full story and view video here.

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