ScienceDaily Posted March 25, 2022 Share Posted March 25, 2022 By comparing century-old eggs preserved in museum collections to modern observations, scientists were able to determine that about a third of the bird species nesting in Chicago have are laying their eggs a month earlier than they were a hundred years ago. As far as the researchers can tell, the culprit in this shift is climate change. View the full article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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