As our climate changes, the bird species we see in our national parks will change, too. On average, one-quarter of bird species found in a given national park could be completely different by 2050 if carbon emissions continue at their current pace. At Shenandoah, the Chesapeake watershed’s largest national park, up to 41 bird species may no longer find suitable habitat by 2050.
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