Doubling their luck: How some birds are responding to climate change - By laying a second clutch of eggs

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One of the great concerns that ornithologists have is that climate change will throw the nesting activities of birds out of sync with the availability of food for the raising of chicks. For one species, the pied flycatcher, a new study shows that some of its clan are proving to be remarkably adaptable.

Period11-Apr-2019

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  • TitleDoubling their luck: How some birds are responding to climate change - By laying a second clutch of eggs
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletThe Economist
    Media typePrint
    CountryUnited States
    Date11/04/2019
    DescriptionOne of the great concerns that ornithologists have is that climate change will throw the nesting activities of birds out of sync with the availability of food for the raising of chicks. For one species, the pied flycatcher, a new study shows that some of its clan are proving to be remarkably adaptable.
    URLhttps://www.economist.com/science-and-technology/2019/04/13/how-some-birds-are-responding-to-climate-change
    PersonsChristiaan Both