Report: Climate change threatens dozens Missouri birds

St. Louis Public Radio: A recent report finds climate change is threatening dozens of birds that call Missouri home. The National Audubon Society says more than half of the 588 North American bird species studied over the course of seven years are at risk. About 50 species common to Missouri are identified in the report as being threatened. "Climate change is here and we’re seeing an impact on our natural areas and our natural species, in particular birds. We’re seeing them respond directly to the effects of a warming......

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