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September 20, 2016 | Huffington Post | Published News | Jeff Wells

Blackpoll Warbler. Photo: Jeff Nadler

A new report released by the Partners In Flight coalition contains a shocking statistic -- there are a billion and a half fewer birds now on the North American continent then there was in 1970. That's a loss like we are used to hearing about from distant history. That's roughly the number of Passenger Pigeons that were estimated to have once flown so thick they darkened...

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