United States: Moutain species at risk in climate change

United Press International: Changes both man-made and natural have sent populations of birds in Kenya's highlands plummeting, and many conservations say they fear some may not recover. An increasing number of settlers who have moved to the country's highlands to farm in the last two decades have affected bird habitats and reduced bird populations by cutting down forests and turning grasslands into fields, The New York Times reported. Climate change in adding to the problem, sending some populations into steep decline,......

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