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Report: 5 Degree Climate Rise Could Endanger 2/3 Of North American Birds

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Report: 5 Degree Climate Rise Could Endanger 2/3 Of North American Birds

Report: 5 Degree Climate Rise Could Endanger 2/3 Of North American Birds

A new report from the National Audubon Society says climate change could have a devastating impact on birds--not just struggling endangered species, but the ones we see every day.

John Ramos reports.

(10-13-2019)


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