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In the early 1900s, UC Berkeley's Joseph Grinnell surveyed bird territories in California's Sierra Nevada. Biologists have now found that out of 53 bird species, 48 have moved. Why? Climate change, they say. Many of the birds' new ranges are farther north or higher in altitude, with temperatures or rainfall akin to where they lived before.
Learn more about the western tanager at the Encyclopedia of Life.
Papua New Guinea is one of the last frontiers of adventure travel, providing an unparalleled array of natural beauty, exotic wildlife and cultural tradition. Located 100 miles north of Australia, PNG is the second largest island in the world – slightly larger than the state of California. With over eight hundred known languages and a population of seven million, travelers can immerse themselves in a vibrant collection of cultural possibilities.
Papua New Guinea offers a range of vacation activities from hiking remote jungle trails, cruising the mighty Sepik river, surfing the waves of New Ireland, fishing some 8,000 miles of coastline and experiencing some of the world’s best scuba diving amongst coral reefs, wrecks, walls and caves.
Travel to Papua New Guinea is best with a PNG Specialist Tour Company. Browse our custom travel packages and our dive packages to start your journey today!
Specifically those in the Archosauromorpha Infraclass. <br><br> Original release date: January 17, 2008 <br><br> <b>This design from the BustedTees Archive will be custom printed just for you and therefore cannot be returned or exchanged. It will also ship separately from other BustedTees products. <br><br>
Customers who evolve before the Triassic get a free pair of wings (followed by extinction). <br><br> Original release date: September 12, 2011 <br><br> <b>This design from the BustedTees Archive will be custom printed just for you and therefore cannot be returned or exchanged. It will also ship separately from other BustedTees products.