Rachel Carson could have written the headline herself, as she predicted this decades ago after the beginning of the chemical age. Note that neonicotinoids have also been indicated in declining bee populations.
Although we have an active bird feeder here, I think it is an anomaly. We’re near a river and lots of trees, and I think that makes a huge difference. I spotted a red-tailed hawk and also a blackhawk coming around for food. I had the feeder outside my window so I could watch the birds at close range. However, it also made them easier targets for the hawks, so I moved the feeder closer to evergreens that provided a shelter for them. It meant that I didn’t get to watch them as closely, but it gave them a chance against being a hawk’s dinner.
Although I have seen black-capped chickadees, apparently they are among the birds in decline. 😦