Distinctive Actively Tail-wagging Little Chiffchaff - Flitting Through The Trees.
Building Their Nest Near Or On The Ground - 2009 October 17 -
‘Ornamental Tiny Dainty Chiffchaff – Is Similar To The Willow Warbler.’
Distinguished by their song which sounds like – ‘Chiffchaff.’
Help Chiffchaffs: Plants bushes and Ivy for – Spiders – Insects grubs bugs – Caterpillars.
‘Were in dire need of Garden Songbirds’ – They consume billions of our unwanted slugs snails creepy crawly insects bugs beetles aphids spiders gnats leather jackets pests. And – “Cleaning our soil of all trash viruses.”
Were obligated to help them in this – OUR Senseless Sublime ‘folly.’ Just like the bees. Think care – Do something? – Now.
“Everyone we know we speak to – All lament the obvious loss of our taken for granted songbirds that they have gone from everywhere, drastically from all our towns cities, countryside. ‘We’ all need Songbirds in our life.” Hearing birdsong and lifting our spirit.
‘Sparrowhawks, grey-squirrels magpies wiped ‘us’ out utterly in central London over 14 years ago, far too many people confirm this from all over Britain.’ Nothing since for anyone to see or hear…
Their help that ‘we’ desperately need just like the many lost bees! Contribute your help and money. While you can before there is nothing left.
For all the good they do for gardens and gardener’s biodiversity re less chemicals etc, we humans need them. PLEASE – Just what can be done?
Is to be done by all of us that really do care? -
“FEW OF OUR – GARDEN SONGBIRDS ARE LEFT IN ANY OF OUR – CITIES, PARKS, GARDENS AND OUR SQUARES.”
When are we going to wake up to – Britains top ‘10 Biggest Charities’ whose main spend is on staff headquarters and, lobbying? This in 2008 according to MP Ian Duncan Smith. The Top Ten Having in Reserve – Review 2008 – £35 billion…!
We need and request freedom from pollution, the right to enjoy the diversity of nature. We also need Songbirds in our life. They eat billions of unwanted aphips bugs beetles and a myriad of creepy crawlies grubs slugs insect pests, moths flies; Etc… “For us.”
“One pair of blue tits take and alone need ’15, 000′ insect pests a season.”
Julian Hume – Research Fellow At The Natural History Museum – “The Sheer Magnitude Of Bird Extinctions That Have Taken Place Is Shocking.” – Many more recently extinct species await description and a number of critically endangered species will probably disappear in the next decade.
‘Human greed and thoughtlessness are responsible for the loss of species that could have been saved, and the extinction rate is increasing alarmingly.’
“In the last millennium the impact of humans on the natural world has accelerated out of control at a rate unprecedented in the earths long history.
Before humans evolved on the planet mass extinction events were caused by things like extra-terrestrial impacts, volcanism and changes of climate and sea level.
Now we recognize a new agent of mass destruction – Ourselves.”
Conservation International: – Will Turner –
“When a bird species goes we are all diminished.”
“Organisms are all connected to each other. Lose one species and it can have an effect on many others. When the dodo went it meant that a tree could no longer disperse its seeds.
Take One Piece Out And The Entire System Becomes Less Resistant.” – Gradual Loss Of Species Can Result In Decreased Resilience And Productivity.
Chiffchaff – “Distinctive Actively Tail-wagging Little Chiffchaff Flitting Through Trees” – ‘Taking Thousands Of Insects In Flight’ – But, “Where Are They,” Dead…?
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