New migration patterns emerge as a result
Climate change is having a major impact on the migratory patterns of different species around the Isle of Man.
That's according to the Manx Wildlife Trust as we come towards the end of the winter season, and into spring.
The organisation has noticed a reduction in the number of birds arriving on the Island this year, as well as animals which are coming out of hibernation 'too early.'
Andree Dubbeldam from Wildflowers of Man says changing temperatures across continental Europe are responsible for this impact: