According to a new report released by the Audubon Society, over 350 species of birds are spending winters further north than they did 40 years ago. While there are other factors which cause birds to change their range, scientists believe that the only explanation for such a large number of species to move north is global warming. Over the past 40 years, temperatures in January have risen approximately 5 degrees Fahrenheit. With the warmer temperatures, the birds need less food to survive in the cold, allowing them to live in places that were previously inhabitable. Temperature changes have different effects of individual species, so while some birds may not travel as far south in the winter, others are traveling further north at the same time.
Climate Change and Storms by City Tech Blogger Agha Ibrahim Akram
The effects of climate change are becoming more apparent with each passing year. One of the most significant and visible manifestations of climate change is the increase in severe storms. The frequency and intensity of storms has been on the rise in recent years, causing destruction and loss