⃛temperature and egg-laying trends

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Abstract

Crick et al.1 showed that the laying dates for many British birds have become earlier during 1971-95, which they ascribe to warmer springs resulting from global warming. We provide partial support for this view from a great tit population in Oxfordshire.

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Figure 1: Laying date of Marley great tits and spring temperatures.

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