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Adam Smith said: "The species like pigeons and house sparrows and starlings, species we think of as thriving in urban environments, even those species are in steep decline," External link

princegeorgecitizen Saturday, September 21, 2019 5:04:00 AM CEST

Adam Smith said: "The loss of abundance overall is something that has a cost to our healthy ecosystems," "There are billions fewer beaks out there to eat insects. There are fewer birds to eat and disperse plant seeds. And there are fewer birds for us to experience" External link

princegeorgecitizen Saturday, September 21, 2019 5:04:00 AM CEST

Adam Smith said: "Birds are an indicator that the natural world is stressed," External link

princegeorgecitizen Saturday, September 21, 2019 5:04:00 AM CEST

Peter Marra added: “The take-home message is that our findings add to mounting evidence with other recent studies showing massive declines in insects, amphibians and other taxa, signaling a widespread ecological crisis,” “Birds are the quintessential indicators of environmental health, the canaries in the coal mine, and they’re telling us it’s urgent to take action to ensure our planet can continue to sustain wildlife and people” External link

reuters-uk Saturday, September 21, 2019 4:25:00 AM CEST

Ken Rosenberg said: “These are important examples that show, when we choose to make changes and actively manage the threats birds face, we can positively impact bird populations,” External link

reuters-uk Saturday, September 21, 2019 4:25:00 AM CEST

Peter Marra added: “The take-home message is that our findings add to mounting evidence with other recent studies showing massive declines in insects, amphibians and other taxa, signaling a widespread ecological crisis,” “Birds are the quintessential indicators of environmental health, the canaries in the coal mine, and they’re telling us it’s urgent to take action to ensure our planet can continue to sustain wildlife and people” External link

ChinaPost Friday, September 20, 2019 6:52:00 PM CEST

Peter Marra said: “The take-home message is that our findings add to mounting evidence with other recent studies showing massive declines in insects, amphibians and other taxa, signaling a widespread ecological crisis,” “Birds are the quintessential indicators of environmental health, the canaries in the coal mine, and they’re telling us it’s urgent to take action to ensure our planet can continue to sustain wildlife and people,” External link

taipeitimes Friday, September 20, 2019 6:47:00 PM CEST

Brenda Ekwurzel said: "If you think about annual emissions and reducing emissions without thinking about the carbon budget, you could really blow past the Paris Agreement," External link

CBC Friday, September 20, 2019 5:34:00 PM CEST

Brenda Ekwurzel said: "Whenever we've been faced with a problem before and really … lean into it, we make big changes," "And a lot of those changes we're calling for, we can do" External link

CBC Friday, September 20, 2019 5:34:00 PM CEST

Peter Marra added: "The take-home message is that our findings add to mounting evidence with other recent studies showing massive declines in insects, amphibians and other taxa, signalling a widespread ecological crisis," "Birds are the quintessential indicators of environmental health, the canaries in the coalmine, and they're telling us it's urgent to take action to ensure our planet can continue to sustain wildlife and people" External link

RTERadio Friday, September 20, 2019 12:20:00 PM CEST

Ken Rosenberg said: "These are important examples that show, when we choose to make changes and actively manage the threats birds face, we can positively impact bird populations," External link

RTERadio Friday, September 20, 2019 12:20:00 PM CEST

Peter Marra ricorda: «La guarigione dei rapaci ha avuto successo perché i ricercatori sapevano esattamente quali specie stavano morendo e perché. Il nuovo studio, tuttavia, identifica le perdite senza conoscerne tutte le cause. Gli scienziati sanno a cosa vanno incontro gli uccelli, tuttavia, con la perdita dell’habitat identificata come il più grande danno. Anche i cambiamenti climatici, i cambiamenti dei modelli migratori e l’uso di pesticidi sono fattori importanti. Tutto sommato, gli uccelli sono probabilmente colpiti da diverse minacce contemporaneamente. Ora stanno accadendo cose enormi che stanno convergendo» External link

greenreport Friday, September 20, 2019 10:10:00 AM CEST

Peter Marra added: “The take-home message is that our findings add to mounting evidence with other recent studies showing massive declines in insects, amphibians and other taxa, signaling a widespread ecological crisis,” “Birds are the quintessential indicators of environmental health, the canaries in the coal mine, and they’re telling us it’s urgent to take action to ensure our planet can continue to sustain wildlife and people” External link

thehimalayantimes Friday, September 20, 2019 8:35:00 AM CEST

Ken Rosenberg said: “These are important examples that show, when we choose to make changes and actively manage the threats birds face, we can positively impact bird populations,” External link

thehimalayantimes Friday, September 20, 2019 8:35:00 AM CEST

Brenda Ekwurzel said: "If you think about annual emissions and reducing emissions without thinking about the carbon budget, you could really blow past the Paris Agreement," External link

CBC Friday, September 20, 2019 8:29:00 AM CEST

Brenda Ekwurzel said: "Whenever we've been faced with a problem before and really … lean into it, we make big changes," "And a lot of those changes we're calling for, we can do" External link

CBC Friday, September 20, 2019 8:29:00 AM CEST

Matt Brewer said: "After a few wobbly attempts the little calf is already up on its feet and getting used to its long legs," External link

theherald-au Friday, September 20, 2019 7:49:00 AM CEST

Adam Smith said: “The species like pigeons and house sparrows and starlings, species we think of as thriving in urban environments, even those species are in steep decline,” External link

crestonvalleyadvance Friday, September 20, 2019 4:43:00 AM CEST

Adam Smith said: “The loss of abundance overall is something that has a cost to our healthy ecosystems,” “There are billions fewer beaks out there to eat insects. There are fewer birds to eat and disperse plant seeds. And there are fewer birds for us to experience” External link

crestonvalleyadvance Friday, September 20, 2019 4:43:00 AM CEST

Adam Smith said: “Birds are an indicator that the natural world is stressed,” External link

crestonvalleyadvance Friday, September 20, 2019 4:43:00 AM CEST

Mike Parr said: "We're making the wrong moves now to sustain nature for the future, and this is an indication that nature is unraveling and that ecosystems are highly stressed," External link

euronews-en Friday, September 20, 2019 4:14:00 AM CEST

Ken Rosenberg said (about Bird Count): "You have these huge flocks of ducks and geese. That didn't exist in the '60s and '70s," "Bird populations have been shown to be resilient, and they can bounce back pretty quickly maybe not in all cases, but at least at this point we're hopeful" External link

euronews-en Friday, September 20, 2019 4:14:00 AM CEST

Ken Rosenberg said: “It’s death by a thousand cuts,” External link

barrie Friday, September 20, 2019 2:26:00 AM CEST

Ken Rosenberg said: “It’s still important to focus on threatened species, but those tend to be rare species that a lot of people are not very familiar with,” “If we can’t sustain populations of birds like starlings and house sparrows, then that is the ‘canary in the coal mine’ indicator” External link

barrie Friday, September 20, 2019 2:26:00 AM CEST

Ken Rosenberg said: "We expected to see continuing declines of threatened species," "But for the first time, the results also showed pervasive losses among common birds across all habitats, including backyard birds" External link

CBSnews Friday, September 20, 2019 12:17:00 AM CEST

Ken Rosenberg said: "There's an erosion of the numbers of common birds," External link

CBSnews Friday, September 20, 2019 12:17:00 AM CEST

Gerardo Ceballos said: "When you lose a common species, the impact will be much more massive on the ecosystem and ecosystem services," External link

CBSnews Friday, September 20, 2019 12:17:00 AM CEST

Ken Rosenberg said: "We want this to be the real wake-up call," External link

CBSnews Friday, September 20, 2019 12:17:00 AM CEST

Peter Marra said: "It's imperative to address immediate and ongoing threats, both because the domino effects can lead to the decay of ecosystems that humans depend on for our own health and livelihoods and because people all over the world cherish birds in their own right," External link

CBSnews Friday, September 20, 2019 12:17:00 AM CEST

Kenneth Rosenberg told: “Every field you lose, you lose the birds from that field,” External link

huffingtonpost-us-en Thursday, September 19, 2019 11:29:00 PM CEST

Adam Smith said: "The species like pigeons and house sparrows and starlings, species we think of as thriving in urban environments, even those species are in steep decline," External link

thespec Thursday, September 19, 2019 10:44:00 PM CEST

Adam Smith said: "The loss of abundance overall is something that has a cost to our healthy ecosystems," "There are billions fewer beaks out there to eat insects. There are fewer birds to eat and disperse plant seeds. And there are fewer birds for us to experience" External link

thespec Thursday, September 19, 2019 10:44:00 PM CEST

Adam Smith said: "Birds are an indicator that the natural world is stressed," External link

thespec Thursday, September 19, 2019 10:44:00 PM CEST

Adam Smith said: "The species like pigeons and house sparrows and starlings, species we think of as thriving in urban environments, even those species are in steep decline," External link

thespec Thursday, September 19, 2019 10:44:00 PM CEST

Adam Smith said: "The loss of abundance overall is something that has a cost to our healthy ecosystems," External link

thespec Thursday, September 19, 2019 10:44:00 PM CEST

Thomas Walters explains (about David Attenborough): “You’ve got shocking scenes, but all his [Attenborough’s] documentaries have shocking scenes — of animals dying and it being sad,” “But those can be dismissed as nature — red in tooth and claw” External link

inverse Thursday, September 19, 2019 9:22:00 PM CEST

Thomas Walters says: “It can’t just all be butchered pigs” External link

inverse Thursday, September 19, 2019 9:22:00 PM CEST

Thomas Walters says: “These fear appeals or doom and gloom approaches — alone they don’t really work,” “Alone they can overwhelm viewers and make you feel vulnerable and then people tend to disengage or have denial of the whole problem. What you need is to couple it with constructive information — how you can change what’s happening” External link

inverse Thursday, September 19, 2019 9:22:00 PM CEST

Thomas Walters explains: “The classic symbol of climate change is the polar bear on the melting ice caps,” “There’s a long argument that it has actually done a big disservice to the climate change movement as a whole because it paints climate change as something happening elsewhere, not impacting us directly” External link

inverse Thursday, September 19, 2019 9:22:00 PM CEST

Thomas Walters says: “We live in an increasingly visual society with the rise of social media and the internet,” “We’ve been bombarded by images and I think it’s really important that we understand how we can use the visual more effectively to engage people” External link

inverse Thursday, September 19, 2019 9:22:00 PM CEST

Peter Marra said: "it's imperative to address immediate and ongoing threats, both because the domino effects can lead to the decay of ecosystems that humans depend on for our own health and livelihoods – and because people all over the world cherish birds in their own right. Can you imagine a world without birdsong?" External link

usaToday Thursday, September 19, 2019 9:19:00 PM CEST

Peter Marra added: “The take-home message is that our findings add to mounting evidence with other recent studies showing massive declines in insects, amphibians and other taxa, signaling a widespread ecological crisis,” “Birds are the quintessential indicators of environmental health, the canaries in the coal mine, and they’re telling us it’s urgent to take action to ensure our planet can continue to sustain wildlife and people” External link

reuters-in Thursday, September 19, 2019 9:16:00 PM CEST

Ken Rosenberg said: “These are important examples that show, when we choose to make changes and actively manage the threats birds face, we can positively impact bird populations,” External link

reuters-in Thursday, September 19, 2019 9:16:00 PM CEST

Mike Parr said: “We're making the wrong moves now to sustain nature for the future, and this is an indication that nature is unraveling and that ecosystems are highly stressed,” External link

nbcnews Thursday, September 19, 2019 9:03:00 PM CEST

Ken Rosenberg said (about Bird Count): “You have these huge flocks of ducks and geese. That didn't exist in the '60s and '70s,” “Bird populations have been shown to be resilient, and they can bounce back pretty quickly — maybe not in all cases, but at least at this point we're hopeful” External link

nbcnews Thursday, September 19, 2019 9:03:00 PM CEST

Christy Morrissey says: “This paper doesn’t dig into the ‘why.’ It’s just the ‘what’ at this stage,” External link

smithsonianmag Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:52:00 PM CEST

Christy Morrissey says: “We’ve increased food potential, but we’ve created sterile landscapes,” “We need to change the way we grow food. Birds are signaling that we are doing it wrong” External link

smithsonianmag Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:52:00 PM CEST

Ken Rosenberg says: "I frankly thought it was going to be kind of a wash," External link

sciencemag Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:49:00 PM CEST

Ken Rosenberg says: "There's an erosion of the numbers of common birds," External link

sciencemag Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:49:00 PM CEST

Gerardo Ceballos says: "When you lose a common species, the impact will be much more massive on the ecosystem and ecosystem services," External link

sciencemag Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:49:00 PM CEST

Peter Marra says: "There's general ecosystem collapse that could be happening here," External link

sciencemag Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:49:00 PM CEST

Ken Rosenberg says: "We want this to be the real wake-up call," External link

sciencemag Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:49:00 PM CEST

Ken Rosenberg said: “It’s death by a thousand cuts,” External link

ctvnews Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:34:00 PM CEST

Ken Rosenberg said: “It’s still important to focus on threatened species, but those tend to be rare species that a lot of people are not very familiar with,” “If we can’t sustain populations of birds like starlings and house sparrows, then that is the ‘canary in the coal mine’ indicator” External link

ctvnews Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:34:00 PM CEST

Kenneth Rosenberg says: “The common wisdom was that we’d see the rare and threatened species disappearing and the common, human-adapted ones taking over,” External link

theatlantic Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:24:00 PM CEST

Kenneth Rosenberg says: “If we can’t even keep introduced species in healthy populations, that could be a stronger indicator that the environment is unhealthy,” External link

theatlantic Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:24:00 PM CEST

Kenneth Rosenberg says: “There are still a lot of birds out there,” “If you have a lot of birds coming to your feeder and they’re reduced by 30 percent, you might not see that. This loss of abundance can be happening right under our noses” External link

theatlantic Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:24:00 PM CEST

Kenneth Rosenberg says: “habitat loss and degradation are the largest forces behind the decline of birds,” External link

theatlantic Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:24:00 PM CEST

Kenneth Rosenberg says: “Being able to tie any one of these drivers to the decline of a particular species or group is difficult,” External link

theatlantic Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:24:00 PM CEST

Kenneth Rosenberg says: “This is the absolute worst time to be weakening protections,” External link

theatlantic Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:24:00 PM CEST

Kenneth Rosenberg says: “We need to raise our voices,” External link

theatlantic Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:24:00 PM CEST

Vincent Bretagnolle explique: “Les chiffres sont incroyablement similaires d’une étude à l’autre, avec des diminutions de l’ordre de 30% tous les 25 ans” “Annuellement, la perte se situe entre 1 et 1,5% par an en Amérique du Nord. En France, c’est 1,5%” External link

huffingtonpost-fr-fr Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:21:00 PM CEST

Vincent Bretagnolle rappelle: “En France aussi, la mortalité induite par les chats, évaluée par différentes études, est colossale” External link

huffingtonpost-fr-fr Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:21:00 PM CEST

Vincent Bretagnolle précise: “Si on les enlevait dans l’agriculture intensive, cela améliorerait la situation, car les pesticides sont une des causes principales de l’élimination des insectes” External link

huffingtonpost-fr-fr Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:21:00 PM CEST

Peter Marra added: "The take-home message is that our findings add to mounting evidence with other recent studies showing massive declines in insects, amphibians and other taxa, signaling a widespread ecological crisis," "Birds are the quintessential indicators of environmental health, the canaries in the coal mine, and they're telling us it's urgent to take action to ensure our planet can continue to sustain wildlife and people" External link

wsau Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:19:00 PM CEST

Ken Rosenberg said: "These are important examples that show, when we choose to make changes and actively manage the threats birds face, we can positively impact bird populations," External link

wsau Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:19:00 PM CEST

Ken Rosenberg said: "What we saw was this pervasive net loss," "And we were pretty startled to see that the more common birds, the everyday backyard birds and generalist species, are suffering some of the biggest losses" External link

bbc Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:16:00 PM CEST

Peter Marra said: "it's imperative to address immediate and ongoing threats, both because the domino effects can lead to the decay of ecosystems that humans depend on for our own health and livelihoods – and because people all over the world cherish birds in their own right. Can you imagine a world without birdsong?" External link

azcentral Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:15:00 PM CEST

Adam Smith said: "The species like pigeons and house sparrows and starlings, species we think of as thriving in urban environments, even those species are in steep decline," External link

timescolonist Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:09:00 PM CEST

Adam Smith said: "The loss of abundance overall is something that has a cost to our healthy ecosystems," "There are billions fewer beaks out there to eat insects. There are fewer birds to eat and disperse plant seeds. And there are fewer birds for us to experience" External link

timescolonist Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:09:00 PM CEST

Adam Smith said: "Birds are an indicator that the natural world is stressed," External link

timescolonist Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:09:00 PM CEST

Adam Smith said: “That 3 billion number was — wow,” External link

TorontoStar Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:08:00 PM CEST

Ken Rosenberg says: “They’re integral components of every ecosystem. They do pest control, pollination, seed dispersal,” External link

TorontoStar Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:08:00 PM CEST

Ken Rosenberg says: “Because we can see them, they’re so conspicuous, so many people know birds and love birds, we can actually count them. We have better data on birds than we have on any other group of organisms in the world, so that allows us to see this picture,” External link

TorontoStar Thursday, September 19, 2019 8:08:00 PM CEST

Josef Settele said: "The essential, interconnected web of life on Earth is getting smaller and increasingly frayed," External link

presstv Thursday, September 19, 2019 12:21:00 PM CEST

Robert Watson said: "The report also tells us that it is not too late to make a difference, but only if we start now at every level from local to global," External link

presstv Thursday, September 19, 2019 12:21:00 PM CEST

Jane Goodall told: “This was the first step in blurring the line dividing us from the animal kingdom,” External link

news-uci Thursday, September 19, 2019 12:13:00 PM CEST

Lynne Barre said: “To be honest, we are not expecting sweeping changes in projects or actions because of the work we are already doing,” External link

seattletimes Wednesday, September 18, 2019 8:58:00 PM CEST

Brad Hanson said: “to see this abrupt change is startling,” External link

seattletimes Wednesday, September 18, 2019 8:58:00 PM CEST

Samuel Turvey said: "We hope that this new understanding of their species diversity has arrived in time to support their successful conservation, but urgent measures are required to protect any viable giant salamander populations that might remain," External link

ndtvnews Wednesday, September 18, 2019 2:11:00 PM CEST

Malu Celli said: "It's important that they have a sustainable and healthy population in zoos," External link

CBC Tuesday, September 17, 2019 10:50:00 PM CEST

Malu Celli said: "It is quite unusual for females to be alone together," External link

CBC Tuesday, September 17, 2019 10:50:00 PM CEST

Nancy Rabalais said: "They're not capable of living in the lower salinity," External link

scientificamerican Tuesday, September 17, 2019 6:24:00 PM CEST

Nancy Rabalais added: "I don't think all negative economic impacts have been documented," "Farmers couldn't farm. Tourism took a hit in Mississippi because people couldn't go to the beach" External link

scientificamerican Tuesday, September 17, 2019 6:24:00 PM CEST

Nancy Rabalais said: "A correlation would be very hard to pull together. Fisheries data are quite variable. Other things might be affecting it," External link

scientificamerican Tuesday, September 17, 2019 6:24:00 PM CEST

Erin Hill said: "Exactly when the hybridisation occurred is unknown. It may have occurred in their native range, in captivity prior to release, or following release in Victoria, as chital deer were introduced at about the same time," External link

sciencedaily Tuesday, September 17, 2019 4:36:00 PM CEST

Erin Hill said: "This is due to the long-held belief that this introduced species could play an essential role in the conservation of the species throughout its native range," "Victoria is home to one of the few remaining stable populations of hog deer left in the world" External link

sciencedaily Tuesday, September 17, 2019 4:36:00 PM CEST

Erin Hill said: "Our study has revealed that translocations of introduced Victorian deer back into the native range would likely need to be restricted to areas where hog deer and chital co-exist naturally," "This would include the northern regions of India, where native chital and hog deer are endangered due to overhunting and habitat loss" External link

sciencedaily Tuesday, September 17, 2019 4:36:00 PM CEST

Erin Hill said: "The next steps are to assess the hybridisation rate of hog deer and chital within the native range in India, and to further explore the idea of translocating Victorian hog deer back to the native range by measuring the levels of genetic variation within the Victorian population," "Genetic variation is important as it allows individuals to adapt to their environment, and so it is important to reintroduce as much genetic variation as possible back into the native range to ensure long-term survival of the species" External link

sciencedaily Tuesday, September 17, 2019 4:36:00 PM CEST

Erin Hill said: "Exactly when the hybridisation occurred is unknown. It may have occurred in their native range, in captivity prior to release, or following release in Victoria, as chital deer were introduced at about the same time," External link

eurekalert Tuesday, September 17, 2019 4:23:00 PM CEST

Erin Hill said: "This is due to the long-held belief that this introduced species could play an essential role in the conservation of the species throughout its native range," "Victoria is home to one of the few remaining stable populations of hog deer left in the world" External link

eurekalert Tuesday, September 17, 2019 4:23:00 PM CEST

Erin Hill said: "Our study has revealed that translocations of introduced Victorian deer back into the native range would likely need to be restricted to areas where hog deer and chital co-exist naturally," "This would include the northern regions of India, where native chital and hog deer are endangered due to overhunting and habitat loss" External link

eurekalert Tuesday, September 17, 2019 4:23:00 PM CEST

Erin Hill said: "The next steps are to assess the hybridisation rate of hog deer and chital within the native range in India, and to further explore the idea of translocating Victorian hog deer back to the native range by measuring the levels of genetic variation within the Victorian population," "Genetic variation is important as it allows individuals to adapt to their environment, and so it is important to reintroduce as much genetic variation as possible back into the native range to ensure long-term survival of the species" External link

eurekalert Tuesday, September 17, 2019 4:23:00 PM CEST

Andy Sharpless said: "Plastic is everywhere in our ocean – floating on the surface, mixing in the saltwater, and sitting on the ocean bottom, miles and miles deep. And it's no secret that the household consumer goods category contributes to the problem," External link

prnewswire Tuesday, September 17, 2019 4:09:00 PM CEST

Andrea Jones added: “As long as people respect their space, I don’t think there’s going to be an epidemic of bird attacks” External link

msn-uk Tuesday, September 17, 2019 1:42:00 AM CEST

David Bowman added: "Humans are expanding into these environments that weren't traditionally burnt very often," "The Indonesian archipelago — particularly Borneo — is a vast, basically fire-free environment. Because of human actions, clearing and burning, fire activity is increasing and causing the loss of the rainforest" External link

abc-au Monday, September 16, 2019 3:04:00 PM CEST

Jonathan Chase sagt: „Selbst wenn wir nicht die Anzahl der Lacken, sondern stattdessen die Flächen der Lacken berücksichtigen, hätten wir nur ein Rückgang von neun Arten erwartet“ External link

idw-online Tuesday, April 2, 2019 11:35:00 AM CEST

Jonathan Chase sagt: „Dass Arten lokal verschwinden, kommt immer wieder vor. Problematisch wird es, wenn diese Arten Lebensräume nicht mehr wiederbesiedeln können“ External link

idw-online Tuesday, April 2, 2019 11:35:00 AM CEST

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