Willow Warbler – “Decline 30 years!” Mellifluous melodic notes rippling descending rising phrases – HEAR THEM DEAD…!

Willow Warbler – “Decline 30 years!” Mellifluous melodic notes rippling descending rising phrases – HEAR THEM DEAD…!

Written by songbirdsuk

Topics: Your Lost Birds – & RSPB

Willow Warbler

“Loves aphids.” Willow Warbler without THE Chiffchaff eye rings.

Also a very different song of mellifluous melodic rippling descending notes and phrases quickly rising.

Domed side entrance ground nest. ON Amber List…?

“Over 30 Years Decline… For dinky compact little Willow Warblers.”
All So Sickeningly – AND UTTERLY ‘Inept’ – The RSPB!

“Of conservation concern.” – To WHO…?
WHEN is THE ‘Willow Warbler’ FINALLY CLASSED AS – DEAD! Soon to be Extinct? ALL ‘of them’ Dead and GONE.

Britain: This Amber List Nonsense – Such Utter Crap! Forever LIES Told to us. AMBER…? These Such Old Out of Date – RSPB Lists!

‘Tragically’ dyeing. Gone. WHAT A DREADFUL WASTE.

“A great distraction lifting our spirits we are the better for sharing this world with them. – Our Garden Songbirds.

Q: WHY this Songbird and Sparrow Disaster alone – In Britain? ‘The Twilight of our Songbirds’ - WHY? 2011 May 5th -
SO ASK the RSPB – “THEY SHOULD BE TRULY ASHAMED Of the LOSS Of Every One of Our – Sparrow and Songbird Numbers!”

Migration: ‘Tiny Songbirds and Warblers weighing only a few grams – How do they manage to navigate such huge distances.’

To find their way along a compass bearing direction. Being able to detect earths magnetic field?
Somehow experiencing different sensation when facing north or south.

Even when the tiny songbirds reach their destination they rely only on memory of visual landmarks to guild them. Songbirds unrecognised abilities and complex aspects of migration. We have to appreciate them – Songbirds and their behaviour ever more.

“Awe-inspiring – Mysterious even to our human understanding” –

Ayn Rand – “Man’s unique reward is that while animals survive by adjusting themselves to their background, man survives by adjusting his background to himself.” — “Nature and ‘leave it to nature’ has never existed.” Mankind has interfered and dictated for all time. Now we must continue -

TO CORRECT all that we have thrown at and used up from – Nature. Having created this chronic – ‘Imbalance’ -

Predation ‘killing’ is tragically a major problem for Songbirds in Britain. Throughout the world. Predators such as crows, magpies, falcons, sparrow-hawks, grey-squirrel infestation – ‘The list seems endless from photographic proof…’

All hawks, cats, jays, herring-gulls, red-kites, owls, woodpeckers, rats, fox; Etc.

“Against those species unable to adapt cope or compete and tragically to even be allowed to survive for much longer.”

Or never experience – ‘The Dawn Chorus’ – When we could spend time at sunrise in parks squares woodland and all open areas.

‘Springtime when everyone heard and experienced one of the marvels of the natural world.’

A Phenomenal Fantastic Sound-scape of Natural Beauty -
To be denied future generations to marvel and experience.

“First one and then another bird would start to sing and gradually more and more songbirds would all join in until the air was filled with a cacophony of sound.”

Most birds do not sing in the winter time though a few do sing nearly all year.

‘They concentrate their energies on the daily battle to find enough food in the day to fuel them the following night then it will survive.’ –

“If not they will starve before dawn.”

Willow Warbler – “Decline 30 years!” – ‘Mellifluous Melodic Notes Rippling Descending Phrases Rising’ – Who will hear them – Dead ?!

Copyright © 2011 Songbirds Slaughter -

1 Comment For This Post I'd Love to Hear Yours!

  1. Brian Berry says:

    This blog post is excellent and our respect for the work you put in for us to read and learn from your knowledge also probably because of how well the subject was developed. I like some of the comments too though I would prefer if we could all stay on the main subject in order to add a varied value to the authors subject!

Leave a Comment Here's Your Chance to Be Heard!