Birds of Passage

Sostek, Anya
May 2002
Governing;May2002, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p16
Focuses on the impact of global warming on state birds in the U.S. Overview of a report from the U.S. National Wildlife Federation and the American Bird Conservancy on the migration of birds; Risk posed by global warming; States that are focusing in countering other threats to their birds populations to focus on global warming.


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