Claims there is insurmountable evidence that certain species are counter – productive
to biodiversity. The problem is that this is anecdotal evidence.
Government and major conservation bodies will not listen to this and hide behind very
outdated and flawed research.
‘For them to conduct high quality new research would be expecting turkeys to vote for Christmas.’ Many of them say that controlling excessive levels of predation (killing) is the thin edge of the wedge.
Although it may involve overturning the cosy urbanised sentimental and lucrative conservation world, we are striving to nail this issue by conducting irrefutable high quality research.
‘In our wholly managed environment we have a choice.’
Is it to be wildlife as a cash-earning entertainment medium with extinctions or -
Is it to be biodiversity for our grandchildren?
By Nick Forde, http://www.songbird-survival.org.uk
Photo: ‘One of 5 Dead Blackbird chicks all killed by one predator KILLING magpie.’
View: Magpies ‘Again’ RSPB! ‘One’ wiped us out Killing – 5 baby Blackbirds – “Every Year The Same…!“
Photo Main: Skylark=
“Glorious Skylarks mimic finches warblers even waders for impressive nearly all year display. Wild powerful resonant mellifluous medley” -
Skylarks song-flight is an amazing feat of stamina and strength.
“While flapping so hard to lift vertically hundreds of feet up into the air singing continuously loudly.”
An extended outpouring of chirruping warbles and whistling 15 minutes non-stop without drawing breathe an irresistible energy to it that – ‘lifts the heart.’
Undulating flight call distinctive rolling bubbly unlike any other British bird. Stripy head crest. Females sing quietly. Now another mostly lost of our greatest of singers. Ground shallow nest.
Brood 1; 2?
‘Numbers Plummeted 1970s…!’ Villainous – And the RSPB? – “Utterly sick. They are truely a waste of space – Ghastly… The RSPB.”
Help Skylarks: They – Need cereal seeds. Insects. Undisturbed areas in grassland and crops are now so difficult for – Skylarks to find for their nests.
And – ‘Late-sown crops become too tall to nest in.’
Predation ‘killing’ by hawks, grey-squirrels, magpies, cats, foxes, badgers; Etc… And – Pesticides kill their insect ‘food!’
“Conservation And Government 2009″ – Hiding Behind – Outdated And Flawed – ‘research…!’
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