So much for global warming.
A report from Scientific American said there are problems this year for the species of shorebirds that each year descend on the Arctic to mate and raise chicks.
It’s because the reproduction happens during the summer, and because of extensive July snow this year, there’s been no summer.
The report said the frozen precipitation “sealed the birds off from food and nesting sites.”
“Without these key resources avian migrants to the region will not reproduce in 2018, experts say.”
The report elaborated that snowmelt usually allows shorebirds to begin nesting on eastern Greenland’s treeless tundra during the first half of [READ MORE HERE]