Over 170 birds in California are threatened or endangered because their climactic ranges are expected to shrink by half by 2080, according to a major study released last month by the National Audubon Society. The study, which took seven years to complete and assembled data from Christmas bird counts across North America as well as the North American Breeding . . .

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