Climate change affecting whooping cranes' migration patterns, study finds

Endangered whooping cranes are migrating earlier in the spring and later in the fall in association with higher average temperatures, according to a new study from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's School of Natural Resources and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.

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Last updated on 29 September 2017

Type: 
Media Watch
Country: 
United States of America
Region: 
North America
Threats: 
Climate Change
Species: 
Grus americana
Species group: 
Birds