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  1. Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Ontario
    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 1987
  2. Canadian Estimate of Bird Mortality Due to Collisions and Direct Habitat Loss Associated with Wind Turbine Developments
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2013
    Impacts on birds from the development and operation of wind turbines in Canada.
  3. Legacy
    The Natural History of Ontario

    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 1989
    A comprehensive, extensively illustrated natural history of Ontario, covering bedrock, soils, birds, mammals, insects, wildflowers, forests, prehistoric life, and much more.
  4. Nature Conservancy of Canada
    Media Profile in Sources

    Resource Type: Organization
  5. New generation: Growing up reading Rachel Carson, scientists unravel risks of new pesticides
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2014
    Like biologist Rachel Carson, whose 1962 book Silent Spring warned about the devastating effects of DDT, a new generation of scientists is trying to figure out if new pesticides -- which are being used in ever-increasing numbers, quantities, and combinations -- are harming living things they’re not intended to kill, including birds.
  6. Ryan Reynolds and a host of other Canadian celebrities have joined forces to protect nature
    Sources News Release

    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2009
    Ryan Reynolds, Jason Priestley, William Shatner and Rachel Blanchard, star in A Force for Nature - a 30 minute television journey through some of our most magnificent but threatened landscapes.
  7. Shot and gassed: Thousands of protected birds killed annually
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2015
    Reveal has obtained never-before-released data from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service showing more than 300 species of migratory birds -- from red-tailed hawks to American kestrels, turkey vultures to mallard ducks -- have been killed legally across the United States since 2011 to protect a wide range of business activities and public facilities under what’s called the "depredation permit" program.
  8. Welcoming the Bluebird
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 1987
  9. The World Without Us
    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 2007
    A thought experiment to see what would happen to the planet if human beings simply disappeared.

Experts on Bird Populations in the Sources Directory

  1. Canadian Wildlife Federation

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