RSPB Sparrowhawk ‘Protected’ Killing BY the RSPB ! Sparrowhawks EAT ‘3’ Songbirds A Day – IN ‘1999’ – 113,000 Million Garden Birds Exterminated – 2014 This ‘IS’  ALL “our” Songbirds Death!

RSPB Sparrowhawk ‘Protected’ Killing BY the RSPB ! Sparrowhawks EAT ‘3’ Songbirds A Day – IN ‘1999’ – 113,000 Million Garden Birds Exterminated – 2014 This ‘IS’ ALL “our” Songbirds Death!

Written by songbirdsuk

Topics: Garden Bird tweets

“THE RSPB SHOULD ALLOW A CONTROLLED REDUCTION IN – The Number Of Their RSPB Legally ‘Protected’ – NOW Since 1954’…!”
Sparrowhawks – ?

‘The Magpie Is Not The Only Killer’ – The Sunday Telegraph

2005 – “The Decline In GARDEN Songbird Numbers Caused By Magpie Predation Is Insignificant When Compared To The Devastation Caused To Their Numbers By The More Rapacious Sparrowhawk.”

The UK Raptor Working Group’ reported –

‘In 1999 that there were ‘34,700’ breeding pairs of sparrow – hawks and it was generally agreed that there were probably the same number of singles.’

That – Each and every Sparrowhawk devours 3′ Songbirds ‘A day’ – Yes - “Three” Songbirds A Day…!”

Sunday Telegraph - “Total Number of  Garden Songbirds Now Killed Each Year (in 1999) Is In Excess Of – ‘113,000’ Million!”

NOTE: If The RSPB IS Serious About Trying To Stop The Songbird Decline Instead Of Blaming Farmers And Cat Owners -

It, the RSPB Should Allow – A Controlled Reduction In The Number Of Their RSPB Legally ‘Protected’ – NOW Since 1954’…! Sparrowhawks ?

The sparrowhawk eats its prey alive sliver by sliver until a vital organ is devoured. By encouraging the use of bird tables among its members. All the RSPB is doing is to produce a slaughter-ing slab for the sparrowhawk.

The Sunday Telegraph – 2005 March 13th: Edward Camilleri, Ruardean

Photos: Goldfinch. Delicate sociable little Goldfinch has beauty charm in abundance. Almost tropical in appearance along with their dancing flight.
Extracts seeds from teasels with their long fine bill. Delightful liquid tinkling twittering song and calls.

Because of their colourful plumage and enchanting singing. Again humans once caged… Weighs the same as a 20′ pence coin.

Britain Dismally – Our Gorgeous Goldfinch – On Medium BTO Alert. But Question – Which Year Was This? – Disastrously Britain. ‘It is really so sad and hateful what ‘we’ are doing to our own ‘NON’ Predator OR Scavenger – WILDLIFE…”?

“If’ RSPB Is Serious? About our Garden Songbirds Decline ‘2005′ – Instead of Blame – “Allow Controlled Reduction of  your ‘1954’ protected Sparrowhawks.” 

“Here we are a remarkable species with an extraordinary capacity to appreciate what this planet is; Its uniqueness in the universe yet we stubbornly dont want to solve its problems. We’re not hopeful – there is more awareness. But.” – 

‘But – Our actions demonstrate that we are still ploughing on in the opposite direction as more than half of all primates are endangered.’

We never hear the forest is ever expanding or that there are more of monkeys or whatever species than before.

‘It’s always negative. The reality is not looking good at all. In fact its very bleak.’

There are individual projects and fantastic work going on but stand back and look at the whole picture the story is the same wherever you go -

“Fewer animals less wildlife less natural habitat and more pollution.”

“We could turn things around but will we do so? Things are drastically apparently wrong for many animals around us.”

That should teach us that we are part of something much bigger and that we should be taking better care of it –

‘Being humbled by Songbirds trees and nature?’ – Then only you, can contribute and help to turn things around!

“1999” – 113,000 Million Garden Songbirds Exterminated ! “1999” – By the RSPB ‘Protected’ Killing Sparrowhawks – “Each and Every Sparrowhawk Devours 3 Yes ‘THREE’ Garden Songbirds - Every Single Day…!”

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    RSPB are the – Misguided fools. Sparrowhawk numbers are now recovering after the DDT fiasco of the 60s. Song Birds were more numerous pre the sparrowhawk crash than they are now. i.e. large numbers of sparrowhawks and large numbers of song birds. Farming practices are the cause of the decline in song birds.

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  11. Apellx says:

    The Sparrowhawk was the last bird of prey to be protected, in 1961 rather than 1954 for all the others. Also, Sparrowhawk numbers only have an association with the decline in abundance of Bullfinches, Tree Sparrows and Reed Buntings; this association is currently under investigation and it is unknown whether it is coincidental, causal or linked by a third factor. Furthermore, it should be noted that predator-prey numbers/ratio are intrinsically linked such that fewer prey result in fewer predators (due to higher competition for food and hence starvation); this has been scientifically proven beyond reason (for natural predators and prey).
    A note on the numbers of Bullfinches, Tree Sparrows and Reed Buntings:
    Quoted section from references of ‘http://www.bto.org/news-events/press-releases/are-predators-blame-songbird-declines’ as of 08/04/2014
    “Whilst a correlative study such as this cannot prove causation, if predation was a major factor contributing to national declines in songbird species we would expect to find the strongest evidence for negative effects of predation amongst declining species. However, for both the BBS and the CBC analyses we did find a higher proportion of negative effects amongst declining species. Indeed, within the CBC data we found the opposite for nest predators – there were significantly negative effects amongst declining species than amongst stable or increasing ones”

    Please note that I am committed to the protection of songbirds, and an active area of research I am participating in, and that I am merely providing information that is appropriate to this context.

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