Study paints bleak picture for area’s birds

By | November 21, 2014

The Hungry Horse News reports that some of Glacier National Park’s iconic birds could see drastic reductions in summer and winter range, according to climate change modeling recently completed by the National Audubon Society. The Park is home to 25 percent of the Montana’s nesting common loon population, but the Audubon study claims that by 2080 loons will lose 56 percent of their summer range and 75 percent of their current winter range.  Read the full story here.


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