Jennifer Phillips

postdoctoral fellow at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

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When San Francisco residents began sheltering in place during the pandemic, everything got quieter, including the songs of birds.

Bird songs changed during COVID-19. What it means for their behavior and conservation efforts

When San Francisco residents began sheltering in place during the pandemic, everything got quieter, including the songs of birds.

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