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From issue:   Issue:   British Wildlife 12.1 October 2000

Birds and wind turbines in Britain

By - Steve Percival

It is now widely accepted that the world's climate is changing as a result of man's activity (IPCC 1996). In Britain, the predicted changes include milder winters, warmer drier summers in the south-east, increased rainfall (especially in the north and west), increased storm frequency, increased wind speeds and sea-level rise, all of which could have very significant adverse effects on the country's wildlife.

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"British Wildlife is the pulsating heart of the UK nature conservation movement."

Matthew Oates, National Trust

"The most important and informative publication on wildlife of our times"

Michael McCarthy, The Independent

"Packed with readable, thoughtful, up to date articles; written by ecologists and naturalists for ecologists and naturalists"

Nick Baker, Presenter and Naturalist