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Bee-eaters have arrived in the UK to breed - and their appearance may be a bad sign

A rare bird that usually nests in Southern Europe has made its way to the UK. While this is an exciting time for bird watchers, the arrival of the bee-eaters may not be a good sign.

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Since 2000, bee-eater breeding attempts have become more frequent, which could be due to climate change.
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