Recent cat study yields unexpected results
Last month, a study published in "Nature Communications" made national headlines.
Peter Marra and Scott Loss of the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute and Tom Will, a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist, conducted the three-year study. The report was funded by the Fish and Wildlife Service and designed to estimate the number of birds killed by predators, chemicals and collisions with wind generators and windows in the U.S.