Are Pennsylvania forests in store for extreme makeover?

Public News Service: A new landscape is taking shape in Pennsylvania. According to a prominent wildlife biologist, it could cause a clash between native species of plants and wildlife and some from farther south looking to branch out. Doug Inkley, a senior scientist with the National Wildlife Federation, says climate change is the reason. "The projections are that the average temperature in Pennsylvania, within the life span of a child born today - that is, by the end of the century - could be seven degrees Farenheit......

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