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Cutting down forests leads to decline in bird species

Cutting down forests to make way for pastures and farms in Costa Rica is driving away bird species.

The birds play crucial roles in pollination, distributing seeds and controlling insects.

Researchers from Stanford University went through 10 years of data on birds and found that farmers and birds and co-exist simply by leaving some trees in pastures and farmland.

Read more at Stanford University

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