Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: It’s not trails that disturb forest birds, but the people on them

(Frontiers) The physical presence of trails has less impact on forest birds than how frequently the trails are used by people, finds the first study to disentangle the effect of forest trails from the presence of humans. This is also the case when trails have been used for decades, suggesting that forest birds do not get used to human activity. To minimize disturbance, people should avoid roaming from designated pathways.