Long-billed Curlew and global warming
The Long-billed Curlew is the largest shorebird in the United States. It migrates largely between the plains of North America and the West. It is designated as Climate Endangered, and it is projected to lose roughly 60% of its climate suitability range in California.
Below is the map showing the Long-billed Curlew's climate suitability winter range both now and in 2050:
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