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Invasion of the Song Snatcher! The Influence of Invasive Spotted Knapweed on Chipping Sparrow Song Diversity

This article is from Issue Citizen Science - Vol. 19 No. 1.

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Invasive species such as spotted knapweed can have an effect on a habitat and animals in that habitat. In this study, the scientists wanted to determine how spotted knapweed affects migratory songbirds and their songs. In particular, the scientists studied chipping sparrows.

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