This is bad news for Northern Cardinals and European Robins but perhaps good news for humans suffering from eye trouble, as the research may lead to a better understanding of what causes cataracts.
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Interesting…I wonder if the female Belted Kingfisher is at a slightly higher risk of cataracts than the male.