The areas where the trees are growing in the Sierra Nevada has moved on average almost 500 feet higher during the past 80 years, according to researchers from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
The areas where the trees are growing in the Sierra Nevada has moved on average almost 500 feet higher during the past 80 years, according to researchers from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press
The areas where the trees are growing in the Sierra Nevada has moved on average almost 500 feet higher during the past 80 years, according to researchers from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press

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