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Natural Disruption: Wildlife in hot pursuit for water




Cattle walk on dried grass on April 23, 2015 in Raymond, California.
Cattle walk on dried grass on April 23, 2015 in Raymond, California.
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Temperatures are heating up across California, leaving animals having to travel much further for water.

Jason  Holley, supervising wildlife biologist for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife joins us to discuss how the drought is disrupting natural food chains in our region. We’ll take a closer look at whether wildlife will be able to survive the changing climate and what these changes could mean to our ecosystem. That’s ahead on AirTalk.

Guest:

Jason Holley, Supervising Wildlife Biologist for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife

Don Richardson, Curator, California Living Museum – a ZAA accredited Zoo