We're extremely pleased to launch our new report on the impacts climate change is already having on Europe's wildlife.
You can read more detail in a blog today written by my boss Martin Harper. From seabirds to bumblebees, some of Europe's best-loved wildlife is at risk from a changing climate.
The evidence report we've put together and the summary report with the best stories, case studies and policy recommendations, can be found here and here.
Over the coming days we'll be hosting a series of guest blogs here by RSPB conservation scientists and external scientists on the topics contained in the report. So, over the next five days, keep your eyes on this blog for more information on extreme weather events, range change, and building wetlands with climate change in mind.
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