Wednesday, 11 January 2017

No Chance to Adapt?

A study suggests that birds that prefer cool conditions are finding it impossible to adapt to warming temperatures in Southern England because intensive farming precludes their having locations to 'chill out' ( Species affected include the Meadow pipit; Willow tit and Willow warbler. The findings are at variance with the claim that species will simply move north in response to Global warming.

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Seeing the Changes 1354

Not much change at Crymlyn burrows but Heather ( Calluna vulgaris ) was displaying well and spotted a first Speckled wood ( Pararge ae...