“At a global temperature rise of three degrees Celsius, they found that 389 of those species — or nearly two-thirds of those studied — would become endangered, losing much of their current habitat. Even if some could shift their range northward, they would soon start to run out of room on the map.”
Our birds will have no place to go as the climate changes. Thanks National Audubon Society for your important work in understanding the impacts of the climate crisis on our bird populations.
Read the Los Angeles Times article.