Climate Change Brings New Birds – Reading – Distance Learning

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This resource discusses the impacts of global warming, by encouraging students to look no farther than their own yard. In recent years unexpected species have begun to perch in local treetops or stop by bird feeders. The reason for these shifts in bird populations are related to winter’s warmer temp…

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Description

This resource discusses the impacts of global warming, by encouraging students to look no farther than their own yard. In recent years unexpected species have begun to perch in local treetops or stop by bird feeders. The reason for these shifts in bird populations are related to winter’s warmer temperatures, a new study finds.

Format:

– Digital-PDF for easy sharing or printing

– Hyperlink to article embedded in the document for quick access

– Short answer and extension activity

– Answer key included

Teaching Time

25 minutes

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