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Two-thirds of U.S. birds face extinction due to climate-linked 'emergency': Audubon

Reuters Thursday, 10 October 2019
Two-thirds of bird species in North America, already disappearing at an alarming rate, face extinction unless immediate action is taken to slow the rate of climate change, the National Audubon Society said on Thursday.
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Two-Thirds of North American Birds Face Extinction Due to Climate Change. A new report says the situation will be dire if worldwide temperatures rise over 5.4 degrees by the end of the century. The analysis, 'Survival by Degrees: Bird Species on the Brink,' comes from the National Audubon Society....

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