Energy/Environment Climate change threatens half of America's bird species, new study finds

Out of 588 species studied, 314 species could lose more than half their current range, according to a new study by the National Audubon Society. And 126 of the 314 species have nowhere else to go.

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Climate change threatens more than half the bird species in the United States – with a significant fraction at risk of losing habitat with nowhere else to go, according to a new study.