Global warming could have serious consequences for wildlife, ranging from species migration to species extinction. Wild things as diverse as marine invertebrates, fish, waterfowl, butterflies, and Baltimore orioles may be at risk from climate change. Where is the evidence. What are the solutions. These questions and others were considered at a conference on climate change and its potential impacts on wildlife, held by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on October 7-8, 1998, at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. The conference was convened to provide the public with the most up-to-date scientific information on the impacts of climate change on wildlife. The goal was to increase awareness and understanding among policymakers, wildlife and outdoor enthusiasts, researchers, members of the media, and other interested members of the public.