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Climate Change Study Says 314 Bird Species Threatened

The Audubon Society has conducted a study on the how climate change might impact North American Birds. Of the 588 species studied, 314 face a severe threat to their survival.  126 more words

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314 North American Bird Species Threatened by Global Warming, Audubon Scientists Reveal in New Study

314 North American Bird Species Threatened by Global Warming, Audubon Scientists Reveal in New Study
Source: National Audubon Society

Climate change threatens nearly half the bird species in the continental United States and Canada, including the Bald Eagle and dozens of iconic birds like the Common Loon, Baltimore Oriole and Brown Pelican, according to a new study published today by National Audubon Society (

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Climate change will disrupt hundreds of North American birds, study says

The common loon, the iconic bird that gave the dollar coin its name, may become less common in the populated areas of Canada in coming decades. 836 more words

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Audubon: Climate Change Threatens Minnesota Birds

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The haunting cry of the common loon, Minnesota’s state bird, could disappear from the state due to climate change, along with more than half of Minnesota’s other bird species, according to a study by the National Audubon Society. 233 more words

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National Audubon board visits Wyoming

Published Sept. 28, 2000, in the Wyoming Tribune Eagle.

2014 Update: The owners of the land on which the Audubon Center at Garden Creek was located took back their land early this year. 681 more words

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