Tag Archives: Birds

Is enough being done to prevent Ontario’s birds from window collision deaths?

York University bird expert is available for comment TORONTO, October 7, 2019 – The catastrophically high number of birds killed every year when they smash into glass windows is one of the main reasons why Canada and the United States have lost almost 3 billion birds since 1970, according to York University Professor Bridget Stutchbury. […]

Will hunting cormorant birds help to protect Ontario’s ecosystem?

York University bird expert available for comment TORONTO, December 10, 2018 – Ontario’s high population of double-crested cormorants – birds with a bad reputation for eating fish and nesting habits that kill trees – may be best controlled with government-led deterrence methods, rather than allowing extreme legal hunting of the species, according to York University […]