Climate change may have made the Arctic deadlier for baby shorebirds

What were once relatively safe havens for baby birds are now feasting sites for predators

spoonbill sandpipers

BABY BEWARE  Climate change may be spoiling the Arctic as a low-predator haven for ground-nesting shorebirds like these spoonbill sandpipers, named for their distinctive bills.

Pavel Tomkovich

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