Posted by: atowhee | November 10, 2020


Nov. 10 I gave a talk via Zoom to Salem Audubon members. Later it will be on youtube on Salem Audubon channel. Here is that URL:

Here are some of the relevant links to information on how our species is changing the planet and destroying habitats and other organisms, and how nature is following her own laws that oft-times lead to extinction. Species don’t simply losel they banish.

Two of the items below are not live links but require copy and paste.

A short section from Helen Macdonald’s Vesper Flights where she quotes climate scientist, Nathalie Cabrol  “She points out that the Earth itself is in no danger whatsoever. ‘It will survive whatever we throw at it.  What is in danger is the environment that made us possible.  We are pretty much cutting the branch we are sitting on’.”      

2019 State of the Birds:                  Committee that produces State of the Birds:

Algae bloom killing sea life off Siberia:

Amazon destruction:

Amazon, methane hydrate:

Amazon to become savannah:

Arctic bird migration:

Arctic changing rapidly:

Biden, what he can immediately to start to deal with climate change, click here.

Bird population declines in North America:

Coral reef gloom in Florida:

Ice sheet goes:

Kelp forests and climate change:

Nathalie Cabrol:

Oregon birds threatened by climate change:

Oregon plants endangered by climate change:

Solar now cheapest energy there is:

Sea level rise hurts Florida real estate prices:

Sept. record  heat:

Tricolored Blackbird decline:

Tricolored Blackbird in Oregon:

Unihabitable hell:

Wildfires made worse:

Widlfire smoke as health hazard:
Imagine if your lungs were the size of a dime, or smaller.

Wildfire smoke and birds:

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