Study in California SP finds that climate-driven drought disrupted natural soundscape

Climate change is altering the Earth's natural sounds, from birds chirping in the forest to cicadas singing at night, according to a new study.

The study, titled "Climate Change Is Breaking Earth's Beat," found that changes in temperature and weather patterns are affecting soundscapes, which are the combination of sounds in a habitat.

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USNPS transfers bison herd to Sicangu Lakota tribe

WASHINGTON – Department of the Interior officials today joined leaders from the Sicangu Lakota (Rosebud Sioux) Nation and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) as 100 wild bison from nearby national parks were re

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