Bad news for birds: Spring comes earlier the farther north you go

Not only is spring springing earlier, but how early depends on how far from the equator you are, according to a study out of the University of California, Davis. Spring arrives four days earlier for every 10 degrees north you may find yourself, which is about three times the variation previously thought. The implications are concerning for birdlife in particular, the researchers say…
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