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Las aves cambian sus fechas de migración en las últimas décadas

Other TitlesBirds changing migration dates in recent decades
AuthorsGordo, Óscar; Sanz, Juan José
Issue DateApr-2007
PublisherCSIC - Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales (MNCN)
CitationPeriódico del MNCN 2: 4 (2007)
Abstract[EN] For over 60 years, hundreds of volunteers have been recording the first day they saw or heard a stork, a cuckoo, swift, swallow or nightingale in their towns, as well as the day they last saw them. The analysis of this information (over 44,000 records in almost 1,400 towns between 1944 and 2004) has permitted the assessment of the potential impact of recent climate change on the migratory habits of birds on the Iberian Peninsula. The nightingale is the only species that has not changed its arrival date in the course of the last six decades.
[ES] Algunas de las especies más comunes de la Península Ibérica alteran su calendario migratorio en respuesta a los cambios del clima.
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