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Thousands of songbirds killed by LNG flare

A large number of red-eyed vireos were among the estimated 7,500 migrating songbirds killed by the flare at Canaport LNG. (Photo Credit: Migration Research Foundation)

More than 7,000 songbirds is being blamed on an liquified natural gas terminal in New Brunswick.  Daybreak's Betsy Trumpener speaks with Don McAlpine, the research curator of zoology at the New Brunswick Museum.

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