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Ecology: Pesticides linked to bird declines

Nature volume 511, pages 295296 (17 July 2014) | Download Citation

Decreases in bird numbers are most rapid in areas that are most heavily polluted with neonicotinoids, suggesting that the environmental damage inflicted by these insecticides may be much broader than previously thought. See Letter p.341

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