'Nature's mirror': Climate change batters Albania's butterflies

Bright yellow, black, red and blue, Alexanor butterflies once fluttered abundantly on southwestern Albania's flowery slopes. Now, like many related species, scientists say they are disappearing due to human impacts, including ...

Improving statistical methods to protect wildlife populations

In human populations, it is relatively easy to calculate demographic trends and make projections for the future if data on basic processes such as births and immigration is known. The data, given by individuals, can also ...

Island birds more adaptable than previously thought

Scientists still don't fully understand the consequences that pollution and climate change can have on the world around us. Now, a study published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B examining bird populations living ...

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