Hunting, fishing groups angle for adaptation efforts

Daily Climate: For the average United States' city or 'burb dweller, firsthand evidence of climate change is rare. Hunters and anglers see it every day. That's one of the main messages from a coalition of hunting and fishing organizations that released a report Monday outlining the consequences of climate change for fish and wildlife in the United States. "It's very evident that major shifts are under way," said Richard Kearney, assistant regional director for climate change for the U.S. Fish ......

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