Climate Change Miscues May Shrink Species' Outer Limits

May 22, 2012 | Posted by: Mr_Bill | Full story: www.sciencenews.org

Male broad-tailed hummingbirds arrive in summer breeding grounds ahead of females to scout for territories before the first mountain flowers start blooming - and they're running out of time to do so thanks to climate change.

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radiofreeamerica

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Another "maybe" story.Any proof of this?Of course not.No matter they*ll print the bull S anyway and see how many morons will believe some crap without any proof.Standard procedure for the liberal "news" media.

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radiofreeamerica wrote:
Another "maybe" story.Any proof of this?Of course not.No matter they*ll print the bull S anyway and see how many morons will believe some crap without any proof.Standard procedure for the liberal "news" media.
That's science for you. No solid faith, just shifting reality.
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They must want to create a new tax for a "project" to "combat gorebull warming".

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May 22, 2012
 
Obviously the climate change scheme has shrunk the democRat Party...into a bunch of self-serving lowlifes.

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