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As the climate changes, so will the places birds need.
Audubon scientists took advantage of 140 million observations, recorded by birders and scientists, to describe where 604 North American bird species live today—an area known as their “range.” They then used the latest climate models to project how each species’s range will shift as climate change and other human impacts advance across the continent.
The results are clear: Birds will be forced to relocate to find favorable homes. And they may not survive.
Richardson Bay Audubon Center and Sanctuary is celebrating 60 years of conservation, community engagement and habitat restoration. Check out this video to hear about it from the people who work, learn, research and play there.
The barn owls at the Audubon Starr Ranch Sanctuary in Orange County, CA have two eggs! This still was captured on the morning of January 23rd while the owl was about to enjoy a meal. You can see one of the eggs here and just a few hours after this was captured a second egg arrived.
Follow the owls and their eggs as well as other live cams from Starr Ranch here: http://starrranch.org/blog/