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The graceful white trumpeter swan, the friendly backyard brown-headed nuthatch and the coastal black skimmer could lose more than 99 percent of their current ranges.
Birds that could lose all of their current range by 2080 include the American avocet, brown rosy-finch, brown-headed nuthatch, chestnut-collared longspur, eared grebe, northern gannet, northern saw-whet owl, trumpeter swan, white-headed woodpecker, and yellow rail.
We surveyed free-ranging Canada geese (Branta canadensis), trumpeter swans (Cygnus buccinator), mute swans (Cygnus olor), and mallards (Anas platyrhynchos) to estimate the prevalence of antibodies to avian bornavirus (ABV) and of cloacal shedding of ABV RNA in southern Ontario, Canada.
The broad grasslands, sagebrush steppe, high peaks, and rich mosaic of wetlands provide vital habitat for grizzly bears, wolves, elk, deer, pronghorn and graceful Trumpeter Swans.
An updated "Peter and the Wolf," it is a children's tale of Louis, a trumpeter swan, who is born mute and learns to play a trumpet to communicate with his love, Serena.
This has reduced the population of trumpeter swans, which rely on the bodies of water not just for nesting but also as a refuge from predators.
More than 300 species of birds (bald eagles, mountain bluebirds, trumpeter swans and sand hill cranes among them) and big game, such as moose, elk, bison, wolves and bears, come into view with the help of an experienced guide.
Studies have shown that lead poisoning kills up to 32 percent of trumpeter swans and 52 percent of loons.