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Issue 305


1. They couldn't migrate freely but would have to decide to move for good.
Much squawking would precede the move...
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2. Only a few birds would make it to the rich countries. And they couldn't just land anywhere...
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3. After landing, migratory birds would be viewed as a lesser species...
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4. Some birds couldn't adapt to their new environment...
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