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Atlas reveals birds pushed further north amid climate crisis

03.12.2020
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Data from 120,000 birdwatchers in 48 countries shows forest birds have expanded their range while area occupied by farmland birds has shrunk Europe's breeding bird populations have shifted on average one kilometre north every year for the past three decades, likely driven by the climate crisis, according to one of the world's largest citizen science projects on biodiversity.The European Breeding Bird Atlas (Ebba2) provides the most detailed picture yet of the distribution of the continent's birds after 120,000 volunteers and fieldworkers surveyed 11m square kilometres, from the Azores in the west to the Russian Urals in the east. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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