An ecological disaster is decimating some of Britain’s most vital seabird colonies, experts revealed yesterday.
Kittiwakes, Arctic terns and Arctic skuas raised virtually no young in some of their top strongholds this summer.
Other birds hit include guillemots and puffins. Breeding failures in recent years have left cliffs once teeming with birds all but empty.
Thursday, October 30, 2008
FROZEN UK'S TOO WARM FOR OUR SEABIRDS