Within the last 40 years, birds along the central coast of California have been expanding in size, most likely in response to climate change—which is counterintuitive, researchers say. A team of scientists from San Francisco State University and PRBO Conservation Science began tracking the trend years ago, after graduate student Rae Goodman noticed small but significant mass and . . .

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