Midwest Now a Harbor for Early Birds

Midwest Now a Harbor for Early Birds

There are 1 comment on the Newsday story from Mar 19, 2008, titled Midwest Now a Harbor for Early Birds. In it, Newsday reports that:

Starting in the 1930s, naturalist Aldo Leopold in Wisconsin tracked when white indigo bloomed, cardinals first sang and house wrens arrived.

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Jeff1704

Shreveport, LA

#1 Mar 20, 2008
I wish more people would get an education and learn something from the experts about climate change and the impact of global population, instead of throwing personal opinion and rhetoric up in the air. There IS a serious problem and this is just the beginning. It's not about believing, it's about figuring out what we are going to do about it now before it's too late!

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