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Headphones, saw blades, coat hangers: how human trash in Australian bird nests changed over 195 years

By Kathy Ann Townsend, Senior Lecturer in Animal Ecology, University of the Sunshine Coast
Dominique Potvin, Lecturer in Animal Ecology, University of the Sunshine Coast
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A world-first study inspected 900 bird nest specimens from 1823 to 2018. The types of debris the birds use reflect changes in Australian society over time.


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