Saturday, April 7, 2012
Article of Interest
I hope that you are enjoying your long (hopefully) weekend if you were able to get off either Friday or Monday.
I found this article about sparrows that change the pitch of their song in order to adapt to noise pollution near a city. I heard a graduate student speak about some studies she was doing about warbler songs near the beltway in DC about five years ago, and thought it was a very interesting concept. If anyone is interested in learning more, here is a link to the article: http://m.theatlanticcities.com/neighborhoods/2012/04/sparrows-actually-change-their-song-sing-over-noise-city/1667/
We at TLC are buckling our seat belts for an upcoming extremely busy six weeks culminating in our Stateline Loop 9K/5K Trail Race on May 12, 2012. Check out all of our amazing education programs and the exciting events surrounding our fourth annual race at our website: www.tlcforscc.org
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