Scottish grouse and kestrels are declining due to climate change.

– NatureScot study finds Scotland's bird populations shifting due to climate change.

– Warmer weather attracts new species while impacting traditional habitats.

– Great spotted woodpecker, bullfinch, and wren populations surge due to warmer summers.

– Some birds find Scotland increasingly hospitable as temperatures rise.

– Declines seen in black grouse, kestrels, greenfinches, and lapwings due to climate shifts.

– Goldfinches and magpies have doubled in farmland populations since 1994.

– Threatened species like capercaillie suffer from changing climate conditions.

– NatureScot urges utilising scientific advancements to preserve habitats amidst climate challenges.

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