A new study released this week by the National Audubon Society reveals a comprehensive look at how climate change is projected to affect bird species across the country.
Nils Warnock, Audubon Alaska's Executive Director said, "Our world's climate is changing and results of this major study reveal that many North American birds will be losers if we do not begin to implement change.
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