Climate change is pushing wildlife ‘out of sync’

The Orange-tip butterfly is in flight as much as three weeks earlier than it was 40 years ago

The Orange-tip butterfly is in flight as much as three weeks earlier than it was 40 years ago

Climate change has advanced the natural cycles of many species in the UK but timings vary markedly across the country, according to a major study of wildlife’s seasonal events over the past 50 years.

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