WVU Researcher Studies Fracking Impact on Songbird

May 15, 2018

Credit West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, a zoo in Wheeling is collaborating with West Liberty University to give students hands-on research opportunities in animal husbandry. Corey Knollinger reports.

And we hear from WVU researcher Mack Frantz. The Allegheny Front's Kara Holsopple talks with him about fracking's impact on a songbird that depends on clean mountain streams.

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