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Warming World Reshapes Cast of Winter Birds in Northeast

... these and other warm-adapted species have greatly expanded their wintering range, a change that may have unforeseen consequences for North American ecosystems, according to University of Wisconsin-Madison wildlife biologists Benjamin Zuckerberg ...

 

Global warming reshaping bird communities in Northeast

... species have greatly expanded their wintering range in a warmer world, a change that may have untold consequences for North American ecosystems, according to University of Wisconsin-Madison wildlife biologists Benjamin Zuckerberg and Karine Princé ...

 

UW research: Global warming a welcome mat for small birds keen to winter up ...

“These species are moving northward as winters become less severe,” said Benjamin Zuckerberg in an interview Wednesday. He and co-author Karine Prince, also a UW-Madison wildlife biologist, looked at observations collected from 1990 to 2012 by citizen ...

 

Feeding backyard birds the right way involves more than seed, suet: Aerial View

Carolina wrens even more so," said Benjamin Zuckerberg, a UW-Madison professor of forest and wildlife ecology. "People will likely start seeing new species in their backyards," said Karine Princé, a co-author of the study. "There can also be subtle ...

 

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