Biologist proposes ideas for curbing AI’s impact on wild birds
By CBC NewsNews Disease watch avian influenza H5N1
Disease has devastated N.L.'s wild bird population.
It has been a disastrous summer for Newfoundland and Labrador’s bird populations.
Thousands of gannets, puffins and murres, which once overran seaside cliffs that now sit half-empty, have died from avian influenza.
Memorial University biology professor Ian Jones is one of the experts watching the tragedy unfold and has proposed ideas to combat it.
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