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Songbirds Give Clues to Air Pollution

Songbirds Give Clues to Air Pollution

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When you think of mercury pollution, you probably think of fish. But songbirds can also provide important data to studying air quality. The Nature Conservancy is partnering with the Biodiversity Research Institute to monitor mercury levels in songbirds throughout the state of New York.


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