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Bird Study

Researchers at Trent University in Peterborough studied a species called the "ovenbird".
They found stress levels in the birds increase in areas that have been logged and that stress is affecting the gender of the chicks the birds are hatching. Terry talks to the lead author Rhiannon Leshyk. She's a recent graduate of the Masters program in Environmental and Live Sciences at Trent University.

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