Date: 9/20/19 3:38 pm From: Bill Thurman <bill.masterofmusic...> Subject: Re: Three Billion Birds Have Been Lost In North America Since 1970
Bring back more birds to the world and less people. Whatever that takes. The solution overall is fairly simple. I know that will not be an easy snap of the fingers.
On Fri, Sep 20, 2019, 5:11 PM Carol Joan Patterson < <0000003a0ccbe138-dmarc-request...> wrote:
> Totally agree. The situation is desperate. > > On Thursday, September 19, 2019, 5:06:26 PM CDT, Jerry Davis < > <jwdavis...> wrote: > > > It is my opinion that with our birds at such a critical point, everything > has an impact including climate change, 3.4 billion animals killed by 100 > million feral cats, window collisions, habitat loss, loss of native > vegetation and replaced by exotics and non-native, more auto collisions, > oil pits, loss of native insects, pesticides that impact food and > reproduction and the list goes on. This will have to be dealt with on > multiple fronts and anyone not actively involved in helping are part of the > problem. > > Jerry Wayne Davis > Hot Springs, AR > > *From:* Kim Hillis > *Sent:* Thursday, September 19, 2019 4:56 PM > *To:* <jwdavis...> > *Cc:* <ARBIRD-L...> > *Subject:* Re: Three Billion Birds Have Been Lost In North America Since > 1970 > > Wonder if this has anything to do with climate change? > > > Sent from my iPhone > > On Sep 19, 2019, at 2:08 PM, Jerry Davis <jwdavis...> wrote: > > This is what those in the field have been telling people, we are losing > our birds. Without research I have been able to see this happening not > only in the US but in Latin America. The silence is screaming in > everyone's ears into a society that is too indifferent and apathetic to do > what is needed to do to reverse this trends. > > Jerry Wayne Davis > Hot Springs > > > > > https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/science/three-billion-birds-have-been-lost-in-north-america-since-1970/ar-AAHxTY3?ocid=spartandhp > >