A new study finds that climate change is threatening more than half the bird species in the United States. The National Audubon Society studied 588 bird species, including in Alabama. Of those, 314 could be forced to relocate as their habitats shift. Scot Duncan is an Associate Professor of Biology at Birmingham-Southern College.
Scot Duncan: “We’re looking at a tremendous loss of birds, and some species entirely, leaving our neighborhoods and the places that we like to spend time.”
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