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by Daniel Fink, MD, Chair, The Quiet Coalition
My focus is on human hearing and especially on finding a quiet restaurant in which to enjoy the meal and the conversation with my wife, but as a noise activist I learned about the adverse impacts of noise on animals, including birds and small mammals and fish and marine mammals.
This report in The New York Times looks at what ducks hear.
Why should we care? Because we should care about all living things on the face of the earth and in its waters.
And they all evolved in quiet.