By Matt McGrath
Environment correspondent, BBC News
Much-loved birds including curlews and cuckoos are under a growing threat from climate change in England, according to a new report.
Other species including golden plovers and lapwings are also at risk from rising temperatures in the coming decades.
The report says changing conditions in England will significantly benefit wasps, ants and many southern species.
The study is said to be the largest of its kind ever undertaken in England.
Researchers looked at the impacts of a 2 degrees C rise in global average temperatures on over 3,000 species. They projected where the most suitable ranges for these plants and animals would be found in 2080.
When the researchers looked in more detail at 155 species listed as being of high conservation concern, 38% were identified as being at risk with 39% potentially benefitting from warmer temperatures.
"The positive side of things is kind of painting maybe too rosy a glow, because many species may not get there," Dr Humphrey Crick from Natural England told BBC News.