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Topic - Jason Courtier
"We're wondering what the consequences are and are hummingbirds representative of other species farmers rely on for other pollination and biological pest control," he said.
Jason Courtier of Taylor University said the historical data on hummingbirds is based on government surveys from about 3,000 naturalists around the country who recorded the first spring arrival time of bird species over the decades.