Audubon Global Warming Horror Story: 177 bird species move winter ranges north

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Check out the Audubon Society contribution to #ForwardonClimate (the Twitter hashtag for tomorrow’s global warming rally).

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7 responses to “Audubon Global Warming Horror Story: 177 bird species move winter ranges north

  1. They will fall off the edge of the earth if the Audubon Global Warming keeps pushing them in that direction.

  2. Pretty soon those birds will be so far north, it will be like the Medieval Optimum all over again.

  3. Audubon should be more worried about the birds killed by blade strikes from wind turbines; that is a more immediate problem and they could help bring about a resolution; if they were so inclined. Bird loses by blade strikes doesn’t enter into the global warming, climate change or whatever it is today, equation.

  4. So people can move but birds can’t? That doesn’t seem fair.

  5. So, climate and species ranges are supposed to be totally static? That seems to be a bit counter to what I was taught years ago. I missed the new theory on climate change about it no changing.

  6. The birds are trying to get away from the wind farms to save their feathers.

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