Birds Might Be Better Meteorologists Than Us
A new study suggests a certain type of bird was able to sense a tornado outbreak that moved through the U.S. a day before it hit.By Jasmine Bailey | December 19, 2014
It could save a lot of lives if we could predict vicious weather phenomena hours or even more than a day before they hit.
Our science isn't quite there yet, but nature is. (Video via MSNBC)
This is the golden-winged warbler: tiny, yellow and according to a new study, quite the meteorologist.