In the last decade Britain has suffered massive declines in many garden and farmland birds including the turtle dove and fieldfare.
But due to mild winters and conservation efforts other bird populations have grown, including the little egret and Mediterranean gull that have flown over the Channel.
Other more exotic birds like the hoopoe, fantailed warbler and great reed warbler may arrive in the future as temperatures rise further, according to the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.
The charity predicts the purple heron, black kite and tiny serin could also spread to Britain.
The British Trust for Ornithology predicted that the warm wet summers we have been experiencing could bring white storks, black-winged stilts and even glossy ibises.
Read on: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/earthnews/9588092/Exotic-birds-could-spread-to-Britain-thanks-to-global-warming.html
As regular CFZ-watchers will know, for some time Corinna has been doing a column for Animals & Men and a regular segment on On The Track... particularly about out-of-place birds and rare vagrants. There seem to be more and more bird stories from all over the world hitting the news these days so, to make room for them all - and to give them all equal and worthy coverage - she has set up this new blog to cover all things feathery and Fortean.