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In Audubon’s first foray into climate fiction, or cli-fi, we asked writers of compelling—and sometimes strange—fiction to imagine what climate chaos will bring for birds and people. From there, they created these tales of the somewhat familiar future.
The Carolina Parakeet was ubiquitous in the southeast a century ago. A new genetic study suggests it went extinct abruptly, killed off by people.
As 2019 comes to a close, Congress has one more chance to pass legislation that will help fight climate change.
Also this month: Why do certain species sleep in communal roosts, and how many ducks actually say 'quack'?