A 72-page scientific report from Audubon shows two-thirds of North American bird species are at risk of extinction from climate change. The report outlines the natural & man-made threats and the effects on migration & breeding patterns of 389 species under different climate-change scenarios within the coming decades. With immediate action 76% of those species could improve. The report was designed in both English and Spanish.
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The content of the report focuses on extensive scientific charts and data paired with Audubon's captivating photography of the birds at risk from climate change. A key portion of the report features colorful spreads of the core threats: sea/lake level rise, urbanization, cropland expansion, extreme spring heat, fire weather, spring droughts, heavy rainfall, and false springs.
The report was printed for press events. Check it out on Audubon's website.