I have not seen any direct evidence of this, but I have seen evidence that global warming is altering natural migration patterns for many birds. Many birds migrate based on climactic triggers such as temperature. As the world’s climate continues to change, birds are migrating at different times and are seeking new and unfamiliar areas to nest because of their need for stable and homeostatic climates. These findings have been substantiated by many scientists and its no shock to believe that alterations to avian migratory patterns could also have an impact on when they breed.
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