Date: 9/30/19 1:18 pm
From: Janet Hinshaw <jhinshaw...>
Subject: [birders] SCIENMAG: Collapse of desert bird populations likely due to heat stress from climate change
For all of you that love to bird in desert areas.

Collapse of desert bird populations likely due to heat stress from climate change
Hotter temperatures mean birds need more water to cool off -- if it's availableCredit: Image courtesy of Sean Peterson As temperatures rise, desert birds need more water to cool off at the same time as deserts are becoming drier, setting some species up for a severe crash, if not extinction, according to a new study...

Read in SCIENMAG: https://apple.news/AtPGEH-uOQWi5w-92xUR-tA


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