Bats, bees and birds dying of noise pollution; Louis Armstrong's daughter opens up

Bats, bees and birds dying of noise pollution; Louis Armstrong's daughter opens up

By NPR

Here & Now Anytime

Thursday, 7 July

For animals, noise pollution is a disorienting death sentence with catastrophic consequences. Atlantic writer Ed Yong joins us. And, only decades after the death of Louis Armstrong would the world come to know that he had a daughter. Sharon Preston-Folta opens up about their complicated relationship in the documentary "Little Satchmo." Stephanie Colombini of WUSF reports.
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