Global warming endangers California birds

More than a third of native California bird species could vanish from a wide swath of their current range by the end of the 21st century because of global warming, according to a new study by Audubon California. From the puffy-chested California gnatcatcher to the Central Valley’s yellow-billed magpie…110 species are at risk. =/

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