Ovenbirds’ earthworm problems


A recent decline in ovenbirds (Seiurus aurocapilla), a ground-nesting migratory songbird, in forests in the northern Midwest United States is being linked by scientists to a seemingly unlikely culprit: earthworms: here.

Nicolea zostericola worms in the Dutch Oosterschelde: here.

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