Those of you that know us are aware that we take habitat very seriously. In terms of both destruction and creation, habitat is one of the biggest challenge our birds, and many other members of the animal kingdom face today.
As bee populations across the globe decline at a rapid pace, scientists and researchers have been searching for answers and finding few. In addition to deadly pesticide use, researchers are now finding a unique correlation between habitat loss, early nesting birds, and declining bee populations.
In a study recently published in Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology is suggesting that birds who begin building their nests earlier in the year than others are adversely affecting those who nest later such as bees and even other bird species.