Green-winged Teal (Anas carolinensis) Science Article 3
A general warming of climate in the future may profoundly affect wildlife populations in terms of numbers, distribution and characteristics of the individuals, therefore leading to new challenges in terms of management and conservation. The effects of global warming can already be detected through the analysis of long-term databases, but insights into these processes can also be acquired by studying changes in wildlife populations during periods with clear trends in climatic changes. We analysed ringing data from more than 38,000 teal Anas crecca caught at the Station Biologique de la Tour du Valat in the Camargue, Southern France, between September 1954 and April 1971.
Matthieu Guillemain, Jean-Yves Mondain-Monval, Alan R. Johnson & Geraldine Simon, Wildl. Biol. ,11:2 (2005)