Climate change will significantly alter the suitable range for half of all U.S. and Canadian bird species by 2080, according to a report by the National Audubon Society. For example, 99 percent of the current summer breeding range for the chestnut-collared longspur would become uninhabitable and the species would likely become extinct. Read related article.


Source: National Audubon Society | Bonnie Berkowitz and Cristina Rivero/The Washington Post September 8, 2014
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