Male birds sing less to females on antidepressants

Female starlings who have ingested dilute concentrations of antidepressants while feeding on worms, maggots and flies at sewage treatment plants appear to be less attractive to the opposite sex.

Male birds sing less to females on antidepressants

During courtship male starlings sing less to females who have been fed dilute concentrations of antidepressants, according to a new study led by the University of York.

Mon 6 Aug 18 from Phys.org

Male birds sing less to females on antidepressants, Mon 6 Aug 18 from Eurekalert

Antidepressants in the water supply are causing mating problems for male starlings

Scientists at the University of York warned antidepressants at sewage plants could be killing off Britain's native songbirds, including the starling (file photo).

Mon 6 Aug 18 from Daily Mail

Antidepressants Stifle Love Songs of Male Birds

NewsDuring courtship, male starlings sing less to females who have been fed dilute concentrations of antidepressants.Contributed Author: University of YorkTopics: Environment

Tue 7 Aug 18 from Laboratory Equipment

Male birds sing less to females on antidepressants from eating worms in sewage

Female starlings who have ingested dilute concentrations of antidepressants while feeding on worms, maggots and flies at sewage treatment plants appear to be less attractive to the opposite ...

Mon 6 Aug 18 from ScienceDaily

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