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Birds Are Trying To Adapt To Climate Change — But Is It Too Little, Too Late?

A common guillemot (<em>Uria aalge</em>) brings a sprat to feed to its chick. The laying dates of this species were followed for 19 consecutive years on the Isle of May, off the coast of southeast Scotland. According to a new paper in <em>Nature Communications, </em>many birds are adapting to climate change — but probably not fast enough. (Michael P. Harris)
A common guillemot (Uria aalge) brings a sprat to feed to its chick. The laying dates of this species were followed for 19 consecutive years on the Isle of May, off the coast of southeast Scotland. According to a new paper in Nature Communications, many birds are adapting to climate change — but probably not fast enough. (Michael P. Harris)

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