Waterbirds respond to global warming.
Posted Mon, 26 Jan 2015 20:01:19 GMT by Paul Robinson
While many of our articles concentrate on raptors or rare species, the birds we look at tend to
the more obvious species of waterfowl. In the case of the beautiful smew, a lot of work has gone into investigating every country it migrates through on its long journey across Eurasia. Gathered together by Diego Pavon-Jordan from the Finnish Museum of Natural History and NOWAC, this ornithological group have established valid links between global warming and a switch in an animals habits of migration.Waterbirds respond to global warming.