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Video: Audubon Christmas Bird Count

This short video from the Audubon Society explains the history of the annual Christmas Bird Count and the impact of climate change on bird populations in North America. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from the editor and writers at GlobalWarmingisReal. Featured image credit: trustypics, courtesy flickr

Climate change is affecting many more species than polar bears. The National Audubon Society found that 60 percent of the 305 avian species in North America during winter have shifted their ranges northward by an average of 35 miles, thanks to warming temperatures. The American Goldfinch, pictured here, has moved some 200 miles north in the last 40 years

EarthTalk: Wildlife and Global Warming

EarthTalk® is a weekly environmental column made available to our readers from the editors of E/The Environmental Magazine Dear EarthTalk: I know that polar bears are losing ice cover due to climate change, but what are other ways that global warming affects wildlife around the globe? – Hanna Bond, Hartford, CT Although perhaps the best known examples, polar bears certainly aren’t…

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