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Friday, March 6, 2009

BIRD'S -- WINTER MIGRATION FARTHER NORTH

Audubon Society developed this map showing that as our climate warms bird behavior is changing. This map illustrates how 20 species of birds are now spending their winters farther north.

What does this mean to factors such as food availability, health, natural predators, and also the impact on plant life movement. If one really gives some hard thought to this change of bird behavior one can come up with many negative impacts to our total environment.

What changes will occur to our food crops? Could we one day be growing banana trees in Minnesota?

We don't need to join an organization to protect Mother Earth. It is a personal choice. Less consuming is key.

We see things not as they are, but as we are. ~~ Talmud

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