The common loon, the baird's sparrow, and the burrowing owl are just three of the bird species that will likely be forced out of their current habitats by climate change. Another 311 bird species in the continental United States and Canada will be mostly gone from their current ranges by the end of the century because of climate change, according to a new study from the National Audubon Society. Worse, 126 of these species are not expected to be able to find suitable replacement habitats, and will face extinction.
all weather conditions for a given location over a period of time.
gradual changes in all the interconnected weather elements on our planet.
process of complete disappearance of a species from Earth.
suitability to support life.
bird of prey.