Canadian grassland birds
Media attention for: Warrington, M. H., Curry, C. M., Antze, B. & Koper, N. 2018. Noise from four types of extractive energy infrastructure affects song features of Savannah Sparrows. The Condor, 120, 1-15.
Following publication of our peer-reviewed article, our team produced:
U of M press release and story highlighted on UM Today’s main page, written by M.Warrington, N. Koper and S. Moore. http://news.umanitoba.ca/tweaking-their-tweets-canadian-songbirds-forced-to-change-their-tunes/
“The Conversation” article written by Miya Warrington, highlighting the research https://theconversation.com/industrial-noise-compels-savannah-sparrows-to-change-their-tune-90151?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=facebookbutton
Here are a few fun links:
New York times-- Near Noisy Oil Fields, Lovesick Birds Change Their Tunes: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/13/climate/oil-field-birds-change-songs.html
CBC Radio Canada Moncton Friday birding show with Alain Clavette Edmonton (M. Warrington)- Feb 9th, 2018 http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/programs/shift/songbirds-are-changing-their-tunes-1.4529074