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Birds on the decline in Canada

Have you been wondering why you're not seeing as many barn swallows this year?

According to Canada's first country-wide bird study, almost half of our bird species are in decline -- and of that group sixty-six are now on the endangered list.

Peter Davidson was one of the biologists behind the study. He's one of the managers of Bird Studies Canada and spoke with Daybreak host Chris Walker.
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