Silence of the Songbirds
Silence of the Songbirds is a book by bird lover and scientist Bridget Stutchbury about the rapid decline and loss of many species of songbirds. Some major threats covered include pesticides, sun-grown coffee, city lights, cowbirds, and global warming. It has 243 pages in it.
- CBC Radio, Quirks and Quarks, April 14, 2007 (fourth topic)
- CBC.ca - Words at Large - Author Exclusives - Excerpt: Silence of the Songbirds, by Bridget Stutchbury
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