Birds

Climate change is devastating one iconic east coast bird species

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While humans can detach themselves from the natural rhythms of seasons and sunlight, plants and animals cannot.

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Scientists recently discovered that the breeding cycles of a population of tree swallows in Ithaca, New York, are becoming out of sync with when their food, flying insects, becomes available. And this conflict is due to climate change.