- MOSQUITO. Opar, Alisa // Audubon;May/Jun2010, Vol. 112 Issue 3, p73
The article discusses the effect of warmer temperatures on mosquitoes in Fort Collins, Colorado, including those that transmit the West Nile virus.
- NARWHAL. Leibach, Julie // Audubon;May/Jun2010, Vol. 112 Issue 3, p79
The article discusses a study in "Ecological Applications" that warned about the effects of global warming on sea ice narwhals.
- Heat Taking Its Toll On Cattle. Lammers, Dirk // BEEF Exclusive Insight;7/25/2011, p2
This article reports that more than 1,000 head of cattle have perished across the state of South Dakota in the United States due to excessive heat and humidity.
- SDSU Advises On Response, Recovery From Heat Stress In Feedlots. // BEEF Exclusive Insight;7/25/2011, p4
This article suggests ways for assisting cattle that did not perish in the extreme heat and humidity in the U.S. state of South Dakota such as to bring the cattle's intakes back up slowly to readapt them and recover from previous heat load.
- MASCOTS FIGHTING FOR SURVIVAL. // National Wildlife (World Edition);Apr/May2014, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p46
The article discusses the impact of climate change on animals represented as college mascots, such as the wolverine of the University of Michigan.
- AMERICAN PIKA. Cosier, Susan // Audubon;May/Jun2010, Vol. 112 Issue 3, p65
The article reports that biologists are predicting that global warming will drive the American pikas to extinction.
- One Picture. Line, Les // Audubon;May/Jun2010, Vol. 112 Issue 3, p100
The article describes the perils faced by polar bears as a consequence of global warming and melting ice.
- Wildlife becoming vulnerable to global warming: WWF. // Technology Times;2/8/2016, Vol. 7 Issue 6, p1
The article reports on vulnerability of wildlife to global warming wherein the nongovernmental organization World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Pakistan is asserting the need for conservation and protection.
- Vampire bats donate blood. // Current Science;9/7/90, Vol. 76 Issue 1, p9
Describes how vampire bats in Latin America have worked out a buddy system in which they share their meal of blood with other bats of the same colony. Reciprocal altruism in bats.