From National Geographic:
Warming May Drive Gender-Bending Reptiles Extinct, Scientists Say
Dave Hansford in Wellington, New Zealand
November 10, 2006
As the mercury climbs, so does the proportion of male hatchlings.
The mechanism is so delicate that a flagging population on remote North Brother Island in Cook Strait is already running short of breeding females.
Nicky Nelson, a senior lecturer at Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand, says experiments show that 21.7 degrees Celsius (71 degrees Fahrenheit) could be the pivotal temperature.
See also here.
Henry the Tuatara and his mate Mildred, aged between 70 and 80, produced 12 eggs in mid-July after mating earlier this year at the Southland Museum on New Zealand’s South Island, Tuatara curator Lindsay Hazley said: here.
Birds extinct by global warming? See here.
Global warming and red-winged blackbirds in Canada: here.