Can Birds Tip Us Off to Natural Disasters?

Can Birds Tip Us Off to Natural Disasters?
Ellen O'Nan/The Paducah Sun via AP

Five years ago, French navy officer Jérôme Chardon was listening to a radio program about the extraordinary journey of the bar-tailed godwit, a bird that migrates 14,000 kilometers between New Zealand and Alaska. In his job as the coordinator of rescue operations across Southeast Asia and French Polynesia, Chardon understood better than most how treacherous the journey would be, as ferocious storms frequently disrupt Pacific island communities.

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