Earlier Spring 'is leaving our wildlife out of sync'

Climate change is shifting Spring forward in Britain
Colin Fernandez, Environment Correspondent
Butterflies, moths, and aphids are now flying and birds are laying eggs much earlier than in the mid-20th century.
Also suggests wildlife will not be protected in habitats such as woodlands which it had been thought might provide more stable conditions that could help counter rising temperatures.
Dr James Bell head of the Rothamsted Insect Survey said "it shows us that we cannot rely on habitat to slow down climate change impact.
Colin's full article is in the Daily Mail 02.04.2019