New Audubon Report says: Birds are telling us to take action on Climate Change Now

The Audubon Society has just released a new Climate Change report called "Survival by Degrees: 389 Bird Species on the Brink". Two-thirds of North American birds are facing extinction due to global temperature rise the report states.

You can read the new full report in PDF format HERE


You can also read the peer reviewed scientific studies they used HERE and HERE


As Audubon puts on instagram "IT'S TIME TO GIVE A FLOCK!"


The common birds below are just a few of many being affected by climate change:


Female American Kestrel - Photo: Melissa Hafting

Juvenile and adult Snow Geese - Photo: Melissa Hafting

Belted Kingfisher - Photo: Melissa Hafting



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