Date: 11/30/19 1:49 am
From: Devorah the Ornithologist <birdologist...>
Subject: [Tweeters] Population Decline Has Hawaii’s Songbirds Singing The Same Tune
Hello everyone,

What happens when you lose your culture? If you've gone birding on Kauai,
you may have some idea about these effects because rapid population
declines are reducing overall song diversity and complexity, and are
increasing the similarity between learned songs, so all Hawaiian
honeycreepers are ending up sounding an awful lot alike. This piece is
especially interesting for birders and for conservation biologists.

Population Decline Has Hawaii’s Songbirds Singing The Same Tune
https://www.forbes.com/sites/grrlscientist/2019/11/29/population-decline-has-hawaiis-songbirds-singing-the-same-tune/
tinyURL: https://tinyurl.com/qp2ydh2


As always, I'm grateful for your continued readership and emailed comments.
Feel free to share this piece widely, amongst your bird friends, colleagues
and family, and on social media (facebook and the rest) as well as on that
online megaphone, twitter.

Happy Holidaze,

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