PhysOrg Posted November 20, 2018 Share Posted November 20, 2018 A new scientific article shows that 25 European waterbird species can change their wintering areas depending on winter weather. Warm winters allow them to shift their wintering areas northeastwards, whereas cold spells push birds southwestwards. Species wintering in deep waters show the fastest long-term change: their abundances have shifted annually about 5 km northeastwards in the past 24 years. View the full article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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