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Northern Ireland, making up the north-eastern part of Ireland, is mostly hilly.The climate is generally temperate, though significantly warmer than some other locations at similar latitude, such as central Poland, due to the warming influence of the Gulf Stream. The prevailing winds are south-westerly, from the North Atlantic Current. There can be strong winds and floods, especially in winter.The principality of Wales was joined to England in 1536 forming the Kingdom of England and Wales.In 1707 Scotland and England were united to form the Kingdom of Great Britain.Most of England consists of rolling lowland terrain, with some mountainous terrain in the northwest (Cambrian Mountains of the Lake District) and north (the upland moors of the Pennines) and limestone hills of the Peak District.Scotland's geography is varied, with lowlands in the south and east and highlands in the north and west, including Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the British Isles at 4,409 ft (1,344 meters).Foxes, hares, hedgehogs, rabbits, weasels, stoats, badgers, shrews, rats and mice are common, otters are found in many rivers, and seals appear along the coast.The chaffinch, blackbird, sparrow, and starling are the most numerous of the 230 species of birds there, and another 200 are migratory.
Wolves, bears, boars, and reindeer are extinct, but red and roe deer are protected for sport.The generation of hydroelectric power is rather limited, supplying less than two percent of British electricity, mainly from the Scottish Highlands.Originally, oak forests covered the lowlands, while pine forests and patches of moorland covered the higher or sandy ground.Game birds—pheasants, partridges, and red grouse—are protected.The rivers and lakes contain salmon, trout, perch, pike, roach, dace, and grayling.