One Bird Prepares For Climate Change

YAKIMA, WA - Few birds have a plan to cope with extreme weather and higher sea levels. We found one with an unusually detailed strategy that means moving north. His controversial thoughts on the weather have not been accepted by the other birds. "We will need new skills to compete", he says.

Many birds today are already leveraging side gigs - as full-time work remains elusive. This is holding down wages for lower skilled jobs. Economists suggest that while re-training in a high-skill niche is a good idea, wildlife should remain wary of taking on excess debt.

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