Climate Change Threatens Kansas City Birds

Hottie Alessandra in feathers is the only thing that gives us hope against newspaper promo for an upcoming exhibition regarding impending skyfall . . .

For the next several months, the library hosts “Chained to the Sky: The Science of Birds, Past & Future,” a free, three-part exhibition that follows the study of birds throughout history and poses new questions about the future of bird populations.

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Do birds have a future here? A new exhibit at Kansas City's Linda Hall Library asks on their behalf

For thousands of years, birds have fascinated the minds of scientists around the world. As birds face growing challenges of climate change and habitat destruction, a new exhibit at Kansas City's Linda Hall Library explores the study of birds and humans' impact on their populations.