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In
addition
to
observed
temperature
increase
and
changes
in
weather
patterns,
climate
change
can
be
seen
in
the
way
plants
and
animals
react
to
new
developments
in
their
environment.
Many
forecasts
have
been
made
over
the
last
few
decades,
predicting
that
species
will
expand
their
ranges
north,
or
uphill,
or
to
deeper
water
as
higher
temperatures
allow
them
to
explore
new
areas,
or
force
them
to
abandon
old
territories.
Much
of
what
is
available
currently
deals
with
what
is
likely
to
happen;
here,
we
deal
with
what
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happening.
On
this
page
you
will
find
species-specific
information
about
the
reactions
of
New
England
wildlife
to
the
changes
in
our
climate.
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