Pesticides and Birds: From DDT to Today's Poisons

  title={Pesticides and Birds: From DDT to Today's Poisons},
  author={Caroline Elizabeth Cox},
JOURNAL OF PESTICIDE REFORM / WINTER 1991 / VOL. 11, NO. 4 Caroline Cox is JPR’s editor. pearance of peregrine falcons (see article beginning on p.), bald and golden eagles, ospreys, kestrels, and other predatory birds were recorded. DDT’s history certainly paints a frightening picture. But what about the many other pesticides in use today? How do they impact birds? This article is a brief overview of this compelling subject. 

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