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BRI's researchers are available to talk to journalists and provide expert information on both their work and the broader topics of their expertise.
For more information, visit our page on Resources for Journalists.
Wild Birds' Songs, Feather Colors Changed by Mercury Contamination
Mercury in the environment changes the way birds sing.
By Helen Fields and Alanna Mitchell
BRI's executive director David Evers, Ph.D., and wildlife research biologist Oksana Lane contributed comments to this National Geographic article about the effects of mercury on songbirds.
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