Climate Change is Shrinking Earth's Far-Flying Birds

5/12/2016 - Assistant Professor of Anthropology Meg Crofoot in The Atlantic.

“This presents a call to arms for the scientific community,” says Meg Crofootfrom the University of California, Davis, who notes that many researchers only study migratory species at their breeding sites. “Many long-distance migrants are too small to track using existing technology, so their migratory routes and key stop-over locations are poorly described." In some cases, even the location of their wintering grounds remain a mystery.

Read the full story in The Atlantic.