Bird Moves Point to Impact of Climate Change in Continental U.S.
State Specific Findings Available
Who: National Audubon Society
What: Because birds are well-known indicators of environmental health, their movements and population trends can reveal much about serious changes to our world. Frequent anecdotal reports of sightings outside usual seasonal locations often raise questions about the local impact of global climate change. Now, analysis of 40 years of exhaustive population/location data provide some surprising answers with important implications for all Americans. Is climate change having a biological impact here at home? Speakers will reveal how the birds are moving, what the movements suggest for bird health, for habitats and for our future. They will also detail actions that citizens can take in response to the findings.
The national teleconference will provide an opportunity for Q and A regarding broad national findings, and some discussion of local examples.
Where: Teleconference toll-free dial-in 1-866-710-0179; pass code Audubon 1.
Please be prepared to give the operator your organization, city and state.
SOURCE National Audubon Society