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Parakeets 58,000+ – ‘London 2010’ – Parakeets Live To ‘18-25’ Years “NOW FOR ‘60’ YEARS ‘HAVE’ DISPATCHED GARDEN SONGBIRDS”

Parakeets 58,000+ – ‘London 2010’ – Parakeets Live To ‘18-25’ Years “NOW FOR ‘60’ YEARS ‘HAVE’ DISPATCHED GARDEN SONGBIRDS”

1 May 2018

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The Parakeet – Have Been Recorded In every Single London Borough For Now More Than – ’60’ Years – 2010. INVASIVE SPECIES AND – The ‘SIZE’ OF Parakeets: 42 – 46 cm… Living To An Average Age “Of – ‘18-25′ Years.” Note: And – INVASIVE SPECIES ‘The Grey-Squirrel’ – Numbers Explosion ! Lives To Well Over 13 – Yes, […]

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Song Thrush – ‘Splendid Serene Mimics’ waders to telephone ring tones – 75% DEAD! ‘Threatened Endangered since 2001’ “Dyeing…”

Song Thrush – ‘Splendid Serene Mimics’ waders to telephone ring tones – 75% DEAD! ‘Threatened Endangered since 2001’ “Dyeing…”

2 April 2018

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Song Thrush 2010 BTO: Number Dead 75%! ‘‘Huge falls have been recorded for our Song Thrush.” Heartbreaking yet another one of our past most treasured songsters. ‘Rapid serious decline since 1970s.’ ON-This Monstrous Death – Red List! Our So Confident So Cheerful Songbird. Both identical. Perched in the highest tree singing flutey resounding songs and […]

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Corn Bunting DEAD 90%! – IF ‘dogs cats’ Were Killed Off ‘Utter Uproar’ And – Outrage “Songbirds Extinction” – Apathy…!

Corn Bunting DEAD 90%! – IF ‘dogs cats’ Were Killed Off ‘Utter Uproar’ And – Outrage “Songbirds Extinction” – Apathy…!

24 March 2018

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Corn Bunting 2010 Numbers DEAD – 90%  Britain’s largest Bunting; – WAS…! Very cordial lyrical and distinctive high pitched endearing jangling song. Dark captivating speckling’s bright yellow patches and streaks - Red “Threatened Endangered In the UK.” Instead – Loathsome DEAD. Help…? NOTE: Along with – Far Too Many other once ‘common’ British ‘Garden Songbirds!’ […]

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Garden Birds Terrorized – ‘Sparrowhawks + Magpies Killing!’ – RSPB ‘Head in the sand approach to Songbirds Decline!’ RSPB Member 2004

Garden Birds Terrorized – ‘Sparrowhawks + Magpies Killing!’ – RSPB ‘Head in the sand approach to Songbirds Decline!’ RSPB Member 2004

7 March 2018

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“It remains utterly disturbing that the RSPB persists with this quite astonishing ‘head in the sand’ approach to songbirds decline.” Thank you RSPB for writing to me at such length. Of cause I appreciate that as an -RSPB Member. Reply 2004 – To RSPB: “A Songbird Observer.” You write that yours is a scientific approach. […]

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British Birds 1995 Decimation – “Caused BY the Explosion OF RSPBs” ‘1954-Protected-sparrowhawks…!’ – WHEN “Cats ‘WERE’ Responsible FOR – 75 Million Songbird Deaths Year…”

British Birds 1995 Decimation – “Caused BY the Explosion OF RSPBs” ‘1954-Protected-sparrowhawks…!’ – WHEN “Cats ‘WERE’ Responsible FOR – 75 Million Songbird Deaths Year…”

25 January 2018

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The Field Magazine 1995 May: By; Antonia Macpherson – From November 25 – ‘1995’ I read with great interest and concern the article in the March issue (RSPB’s Pride and Prejudice) about the decimation of garden birds caused by the explosion in the number of sparrowhawks, kestrels and so on in the east of England. Photos: […]

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‘Cull Magpies Grey-Squirrels Sparrowhawks Crows Gulls’ – Or IN ‘2001’! – “NO Songbirds Will Be Left in Britain…”

‘Cull Magpies Grey-Squirrels Sparrowhawks Crows Gulls’ – Or IN ‘2001’! – “NO Songbirds Will Be Left in Britain…”

22 September 2017

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BLAME THE GULLS - Daily Mail 2001 September: By J Erskins. Demise of our songbirds has nothing to do with modern farming or changes in the weather. I was brought up on farms working on them for 30 years so know a lot about wildlife and farming in general. ‘Take it from me that unless we […]

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Tree Sparrow – ‘Exterminated 93%!’ – ‘RSPB-Sparrowhawks-Protection’ Since ‘1954’ ! – Which KILL “Sparrows!” Ugh…

Tree Sparrow – ‘Exterminated 93%!’ – ‘RSPB-Sparrowhawks-Protection’ Since ‘1954’ ! – Which KILL “Sparrows!” Ugh…

20 September 2017

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Tree Sparrow – “Decimated 93%” – Warning – You may never see them again. Q: ‘Do-You-Care?’ Cry – For ourFuture Generations… The rural – Tree Sparrow has had an even more dramatic decline.Rich chestnut crown. White collar and cheeks with large black spot.Gregarious Tree Sparrows were again – Introduced Worldwide. Shyer and smaller than our […]

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Humans – ‘Wiping Out Animal Plant Life’ On Earth ‘By Two-Thirds’ 1999!

Humans – ‘Wiping Out Animal Plant Life’ On Earth ‘By Two-Thirds’ 1999!

4 August 2017

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Humans Are – ‘Wiping Out Animal Life.’ – “The Human Race Is On Course To Wipe Out Two-Thirds Of Animal And Plant Life On Earth.” Experts Have Said. Nearly half of the world’s surface has been transformed and some 50 ‘Dead Zones’ have been created in which almost all aquatic life has been killed by pollution. […]

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‘NO’ Birds… Guilty Cats PLUS +++! – “Only Those Species ‘UNABLE’ to Adapt Or Compete” – Need Our Help Our Money & ‘protection!’

‘NO’ Birds… Guilty Cats PLUS +++! – “Only Those Species ‘UNABLE’ to Adapt Or Compete” – Need Our Help Our Money & ‘protection!’

2 August 2017

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Song Thrush -Rapid serious decline since 1970’s. Song Thrush – ‘Was’ ONE of Britain’s favourites.Smaller spotting and browner than the Mistle-Thrush. But appallingly most now have been ‘Killed off and Silenced’ Garden Birds.Especially by rural and urban predation. Song Thrush splendidly serene confident cheerful songster switching 100 times in their repertoire while uttering phrases 3 times. Wonderful […]

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Reed Warbler – Cuckoo ‘Baby’ kicks “Reed Warbler Eggs” Out Of ‘HER’ Nest ! – Unluckily a cuckoo host ‘species’…

Reed Warbler – Cuckoo ‘Baby’ kicks “Reed Warbler Eggs” Out Of ‘HER’ Nest ! – Unluckily a cuckoo host ‘species’…

5 May 2017

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Reed Warbler= Singing From Within Reedbeds – A Genial Gentle Rhythmic Song.Highly Busy Active AND – ‘WONDERFUL’ – “Little Reed Warblers.” ‘Their nest an elaborate basketwork structure ensures their eggs do not fall out even when heavy winds sway the reeds.’ Suspended between supporting reed stems. Photos: Reed Warbler – Unluckily Cuckoo Host Species… Feeding […]

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