Scientists Try Radical Move To Save Bull Trout From A Warming Climate
Check out this interesting article from NPR on Bull Trout relocation and Climate Change. It’s an interesting and controversial topic on how to conserve at risks species in a changing climate.
Something unusual is happening in America’s wilderness — some animals and plants are moving away from their native habitats. The reason is a warming climate. It’s getting too hot where they live.
Species that can’t migrate may perish, so some biologists say we need to move them. But they admit that’s a roll of the dice that violates a basic rule of conservation: If you want to keep the natural world “natural,” you don’t want to move plants and animals around willy-nilly.