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Topic - Audubon
The populations of nearly two dozen common American birds — the fence-sitting meadowlark, the frenetic Rufous hummingbird and the whippoorwill with its haunting call — are half what they were 40 years ago, a new analysis by the National Audubon Society has found.
Climate change and invasive species are to blame, too, he said.