Britain’s migratory birds stay away as climate change moves their wintering areas further north

Independent: Migratory waterbirds have shifted their wintering areas north-eastwards due to Europe's changing climate, scientists have revealed. They found a strong link between changes in the numbers of goldeneyes, tufted ducks and goosanders wintering across northern Europe and changes in temperature in early winter. In Finland and Sweden, the mid-winter numbers of these three species are more than 130,000 higher than three decades ago. Correspondingly, on the southern edge of the distribution in France,......

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