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Global warming is reducing the liveable habitats of European mountain birds. Their average population declined by 7 % during the last 13 years. In Great Britain and the Alps, the numbers remained more stable, however. The lower decline rate seem to correlate with less changes in land use in these areas, researchers note.
Mountain bird populations declining in Europe | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

Data for European mountain birds shows worrying results: the abundances of mountain-specialist birds has declined by as much as 10% in the 2000s.