Global warming may cause earlier springs and warmer winters, which can cause migratory birds to arrive earlier to their breeding areas, and remain there longer, possibly throughout the winter. Global warming may change water levels, (leading to changes in shorelines), food supply, and so on, which would hurt migratory birds.
One type of bird the waterfowl will be effected all around the world by change to their habitats, food sources, and migration cycles. Check out the article for more information.
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