Global Warming Causes Fewer Puffins
PUFFIN numbers on one of Scotland's strongholds have dropped by 30 per cent in five years.
It is believed Scotland's most popular seabird could be suffering because of a lack of food supply caused by warming seas as a result of climate change...
Five years ago there were 69,000 pairs of puffins on the Isle of May but now numbers have dropped to just 41,000 pairs.
Strangely they don't seem to reveal or link to "the rising sea temperature" over these last five years - see if you can find it at UK Marine Waters 2004 - Marine Processes and Climate: Sea Temperature. I can't.