Wednesday, February 11, 2009 - 16:56 in Paleontology & Archaeology
As a new study shows half of American bird species have altered their migration routes to land them farther north in connection with climate change, John Blackstone reports that research in California also tied in greenhouse gas emissions.
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- Climate change makes migrations longer for birdsTue, 14 Apr 2009, 23:08:40 EDT
- Changes in California's bird communities due to climate changeWed, 2 Sep 2009, 7:21:53 EDT
- With climate change, birds are taking off for migration sooner; not reaching destinations earlierThu, 28 Jan 2010, 12:28:35 EST
- 'Weedy' bird species may win as temperatures riseTue, 9 Jun 2009, 19:30:18 EDT