Reed Bunting – ‘‘Rapid Loss When Hawks Nested Nearby !” – Dead RED ‘AND SINCE 1970…!’ RSPB – ?

Reed Bunting – ‘‘Rapid Loss When Hawks Nested Nearby !” – Dead RED ‘AND SINCE 1970…!’ RSPB – ?

Written by songbirdsuk

Topics: Your Lost Birds – & RSPB

Reed-Bunting

Striking Unmistakable. ‘Along With their Wonderful Black Head-dress.’
And Notice Their – White outter tail feathers only seen in flight.

Photos: Reed Bunting. Staccato Tuneful ‘Beautiful’ Songster.

Observers Noted – ‘‘Numbers of Reed Bunting Rapidly Went Down – ‘Collapsed…’
When – ‘Harrier Hawks’ nested for -
Five years in succession nearby.”

Since 1970s – Yes Yet ‘Another’ – THIS DreadED ‘Red’ RSPB – RED List !

Killing – From – Predators such as fox, rats, cats, magpies, sparrow-hawks, crows, jays. Grey-squirrel infestation -

All hawks, herring gulls, falcons, red kites, owls, woodpeckers, badgers. Parakeets Displace; Etc. The list seems endless from photographic proof.

“It is illegal in Britain to knowingly disturb any nesting Songbirds. So its best to keep away from all their nests. Our ‘Garden Songbirds’ in the breeding season.”

“Even if the adult in not sitting please do not attempt a close look. As your presence may well alert Predators to the existence of the nest.”

‘There is a real risk that the Garden Songbird will desert the nest if you disturb it. And if there are young in the nest on the point of fledging.’

There is a greater risk the adults may flee which could endanger their babies or later their chicks survival.

“Always only watch a nest – only if you have to…! From a safe distance with binoculars and keep its location a secret from others.
“Not everyone sadly has the best interests of wild birds at heart.” -

‘Tragically For Our Decimated Songbirds’ – Egg collectors are still alive sick stupid and very active.”

Note That – Only Those Species Unable To Adapt Cope or Compete – Need Our Help Our MONEY and – ‘Protection.’

Reed Bunting – ‘‘Rapid Loss When Hawks Nested Nearby !” – Dead RED – ‘AND SINCE 1970…!’ The RSPB – ?

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