Creation and protection of wildlife areas is key as the effects of warming temperatures threaten birds, bees, butterflies and plants, says RSPB report

Climate change is already affecting UK nature, from seabirds to plants, with wildlife “increasingly at risk” as temperatures rise, conservationists have warned.

A report from the RSPB shows the impact that warming temperatures in Europe are having on birds, bees, butterflies and plants and the risks of future impacts from more extreme storms, loss of habitat and disruption between predators and prey.

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Source: Guardian Environment