Warming Affecting Birds in California; Birds Around the World are Freaking Out


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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 14 November 2017

 

 

BIRD NEWS
Affecting Birds in California

Birds Around the World are Freaking Out Too

California birds nesting a week earlier than they did a century ago,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA - BERKELEY, November 13, 2017.


Everything’s Timing is Off

Flowering & Fruiting Times

Migration & Water

Major Bird Community Breakdown

Breeding Restrictions

Tropical Birds too

Arctic Birds...


Our failures to stop the processes driving the planetary collapse of the birds, bees, fish, oceans, trees, our failure to stop our irresponsible domestic and international growth, to stop the forces of organized greed and corruption, will haunt our planet for thousands of years to come.

 

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November 2017 High Sierra General News

 

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