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Climate Change Said to Confuse Europe's Birds

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Climate Change Said to Confuse Europe's Birds

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Climate Change Said to Confuse Europe's Birds

Climate Change Said to Confuse Europe's Birds

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Some of the birds of Europe don't seem to be flying south for the winter as they once did. Climate change appears to be at the heart of the problem. Grahame Madge of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds talks about the phenomenon with Scott Simon.

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