Famous outstanding beautiful gorgeous operatic singing is truly remarkable.
“Powerful melodious varied rich dulcet singing for hours on end with an – Astonishing – 260 variations.”
‘A fast succession of high low lyrical notes few songbirds can match.’
Captivating Nightingales sing almost as much by day as by night.
Nest: On or near ground in thick vegetation, thicket. Brood: ‘One’ (1).
Arriving in Britain every year – On 18th April. ‘Songbirds they know…’ So much.
2010: “BTO figures disclose between 1967-2007 Nightingale populations of England.” –
“Fell by – 91% !” -
“Biggest fall in numbers since records began of any bird still breeding in Britain.
Apart from the Tree Sparrow whose numbers have been decimated by – 93% !”
Q: Where ‘IS’ the RSPB in all this? – Birds were once part of our natural heritage. So what happened RSPB?
For every 10 nightingales which were singing in Britain 40 years ago –
‘One’ is doing so now!
- The ‘Royal Society Protection of Birds.’ - Really…?
The Charter of the RSPB claims the object of the society is “to maintain bird numbers diversity and national geographical distribution.”
‘Are the RSPB Saving ANY Songbirds – What so ever AT ALL?’
Keats: ‘Ode to a Nightingale’ – Gave the poet a vision of the timelessness of beauty.
Destruction: And Our Own – Desolation. Were sick of such senseless shameful human ‘folly’ – Still speechless. Songbirds-Slaughter…
“Decline of coppicing and woodland management.” – Increased Grazing – ‘From introduced Species.’ Culprits - Munkjack, Deer-fallow, Sika, Chinese water deer, etc – “Have reduced density of shrubs and thickets.” - “The woodlands that Nightingales inhabited.” –
Researched as to reasons - Only find this; Apart from ‘Predation’ – Killing from all predators on our British Garden Songbirds.
Munkjack, Deer-fallow, Sika, Chinese water deer, etc. ‘Breed all year and likewise are advancing at 1 km a Year!’
“Inevitable effect on all our ground nesting birds, our trees and our woodlands, our flower species. Etc…”
Help Nightingales: ‘Retain bushy hawthorn and thick vegetation, thickets, waste ground, copses.’ Soil rich beetles, insects, ants.
George Martin – “The waste land that was left after the war. It was a bit like one always thinks of war stark scenery and no birds, no trees, no leaves.
Nothing living. And just emptiness.”
‘A Nightingale sang in Berkeley Square.’ The wartime song – Most unlikely to be true. By the 1940’s Nightingales had long since disappeared as – Songbirds still breeding in London.
Nightingale - BTO Disclose between 1967-2007 Dead 91%! ‘RSPB Catastrophe!’ – “Biggest Falls Since Records Began of Any Songbird In Britain!” -
Apart from the Tree Sparrow – “Whose Numbers Have Been Decimated – 93%!” – Our Sublime Shame And Human Folly!
SO humans WHAT ARE “YOU DOING ABOUT IT” ?????? will anything (from us) EVER change…?
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