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From coast to coast, the nation’s plants, fish and wildlife are facing challenges because of a changing climate.
The National Wildlife Federation's report highlights regional cases. In Iowa, fish are dying by the thousands from drought. Birds and butterflies are altering their breeding seasons and migrations as plants flower and produce seed at new times. N-W-F senior scientist Amanda Staudt says it’s all happening faster than was anticipated.
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