in short, yes. The migration of birds is heavely dependant on the environment they reside. Normally birds will migrate to warmer climates when there existing climate becomes cold. In England, we had a 2 week heat wave about 4 weeks ago. A week before that people were walking around with gloves and scarfs on. This heat wave had delayed some birds leaving. With sudden temperature changes birds will not be able to make an intelligent decision to leave or stay.
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Have you noticed a change in the birds in your yard and neighborhood?Since the climate has been changing, are the birds that normally would migrate south staying in your region?
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It also banned the phrase "emissions reduction".I'm hopeful that the Trump administration will soon ban other stupid phrases, such as "freedom of expression".http://www.politico.com/story/2017/03/e...
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The scientific opinion on climate change is that the Earth's climate warming up..Why still argue ?There is a 99% Probability that Manmade Emissions Have Caused Climate ChangeWhy do we still debate if there is a climate...
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