European Blackbirds Exposed to Aircraft Noise Advance Their Chorus, Modify Their Song and Spend More Time Singing

@inproceedings{Sierro2017EuropeanBE,
  title={European Blackbirds Exposed to Aircraft Noise Advance Their Chorus, Modify Their Song and Spend More Time Singing},
  author={Javier Sierro and Elodie Schloesing and Ignacio Labrador Pavon and D. Ruano Gil},
  booktitle={Front. Ecol. Evol.},
  year={2017}
}
Noise pollution has a strong impact on wildlife by disrupting vocal communication or inducing physiological stress. Songbirds are particularly reliant on vocal communication as they use song during territorial and sexual interactions. Birds living in noisy environments have been shown to change the acoustic and temporal parameters of their song presumably… CONTINUE READING