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Redwing – ‘Prominent creamy strip above eyes distinctive orange-red flanks underwings’ – Forlornly Monstrous – Dyeing!

Redwing – ‘Prominent creamy strip above eyes distinctive orange-red flanks underwings’ – Forlornly Monstrous – Dyeing!

15 November 2017

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Redwing Smallest thrush prominent creamy strip above eyes distinctive orange-red flanks and in flight underwing. High resounding song and variable tempting warble.Conservation ‘concern!’ Question: Concern…? – ‘Who’ gives a fig! ‘‘Scarcity owing to few breeding pairs…!” Forlornly UK monstrous! Redwing – Damn this Nonsence Red (DEAD) Listed! “We are in dire need of Garden Songbirds […]

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Humanity Encroaches ON Habitats ‘1,000 TIMES Natural Rate’ – ‘Species Extinction’ – “Birth Of Our Planets ‘SEVENTH’ Billionth Person…”

Humanity Encroaches ON Habitats ‘1,000 TIMES Natural Rate’ – ‘Species Extinction’ – “Birth Of Our Planets ‘SEVENTH’ Billionth Person…”

14 November 2017

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‘Climate Change is Happening’ – “Adversely Affecting Biodiversity, Our Agriculture – And Our Water Supplies.”Lost Biodiversity – “Lost – Our Vanishing Plants And Every One Thing That Has Made Up ‘nature.’ – For Mankind.” - Written 2011 August 12th. 2013 January 13: ‘ONLY FIVE ELEPHANTS SURVIVE THE POACHERS.’ Kenya – Poachers have slaughtered male elephants to the […]

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GREY Squirrels ‘WORST UK IMPORTED ENEMY’ – ‘RED’ SQUIRRELS “INTELLIGENT BEHAVIOUR” – ‘Adopting Orphaned Related Pups’ 2001

GREY Squirrels ‘WORST UK IMPORTED ENEMY’ – ‘RED’ SQUIRRELS “INTELLIGENT BEHAVIOUR” – ‘Adopting Orphaned Related Pups’ 2001

13 November 2017

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“Asocial Red Squirrels Will Adopt Orphan Related Pups” – AS 20 Years Of Research Carried Out 2001 Showed – “This Intelligent Behaviour.” Female Red Squirrels ARE Moving Orphan Related Pups – They live in compete isolation; the only time they will allow another red squirrel on their territory is the one day a year when the females are […]

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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…”

12 November 2017

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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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RSPB Admits ‘No Research Predation!’ – Conservationists ‘taboo…’ “Colossal Killing of Garden Birds by Predators!”

RSPB Admits ‘No Research Predation!’ – Conservationists ‘taboo…’ “Colossal Killing of Garden Birds by Predators!”

10 November 2017

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Songbird Numbers Down. Predators Up. So… if we want to hear the dawn chorus, we cannot avoid taking unpleasant action. What has really happened to our farmland birds? Their numbers have fallen by 53 per cent over 40 years even though we are now throwing £1 billion a year into conservation.The Times 2011 January By Nick […]

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Hawfinch – Dead… Britain? – Abysmal Failure ‘Our’ Beautiful Hawfinch! “Always Shy Enigmatic” –  WHEN ‘NEXT’ to be Extinct…?

Hawfinch – Dead… Britain? – Abysmal Failure ‘Our’ Beautiful Hawfinch! “Always Shy Enigmatic” – WHEN ‘NEXT’ to be Extinct…?

22 October 2017

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Hawfinch Wonderful Gorgous Our Lovely Little Hawfinch. Britain’s largest finch with a strong powerful bill which is capable of cracking even – Cherry stones.  “The Hawfinch really does ‘believe it or not’ exerts a pressure of 180 pound per square inch…” “The Hawfinch song is just like a robins – Fabulous with high ticking calls along with […]

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Skylark – “Amazing song-flight feat of stamina & strength while flapping So hard to lift vertically hundreds of feet up into the air – Loudly Singing Continuously” – numbers unknown!

Skylark – “Amazing song-flight feat of stamina & strength while flapping So hard to lift vertically hundreds of feet up into the air – Loudly Singing Continuously” – numbers unknown!

21 October 2017

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Skylark= Glorious Skylarks mimic finches warblers even waders for impressive nearly all year display. Wild powerful resonant mellifluous medley. ‘Skylarks amazing song-flight feat of stamina and strength.’ While flapping so hard to lift vertically hundreds of feet up into the air while continuously loudly singing. An extended outpouring of chirruping warbles and whistling. “Non-stop for […]

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Tree-sparrows, Song-thrushes, yellow-wagtails, corn-buntings, starlings, Blackbirds, Willow-tits, bullfinches, spotted-flycatchers, Tree-pipits – “DEAD 75% ! – SINCE 1970…”

Tree-sparrows, Song-thrushes, yellow-wagtails, corn-buntings, starlings, Blackbirds, Willow-tits, bullfinches, spotted-flycatchers, Tree-pipits – “DEAD 75% ! – SINCE 1970…”

12 October 2017

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FIELD BIRDS AT RECORD LOW… The Sun: 2011 January 2nd - The UK’s farmland bird populations have fallen to a record low official figures showed yesterday. “In England alone the numbers of 19 species which rely on farmland for food and breeding have ‘dropped’ by more than half since 1970.”  Tree sparrows, yellow wagtails, corn […]

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“Whole ‘Garden Songbird’ Populations” Wiped Out – By Magpies Killing! Year “2000…!”

“Whole ‘Garden Songbird’ Populations” Wiped Out – By Magpies Killing! Year “2000…!”

11 October 2017

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The Magpie on the other hand, is an omnivorous opportunist capable of wiping out local populations of Garden Songbirds and Sparrows. Not ‘eating’ them always but just for killings sake. For most ‘food’ to eat. Magpies then turn to other resources such as dog litter, takeaway food, any dead animal or human leftovers, etc.  British […]

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Long-Tailed Tit – Nest fine lichen woven moss intricately bound wool & cobwebs – ‘Lined with Two Thousand expanding feathers…!’

Long-Tailed Tit – Nest fine lichen woven moss intricately bound wool & cobwebs – ‘Lined with Two Thousand expanding feathers…!’

29 September 2017

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Long-tailed Tit= Beautiful under-sized tiny our little – Long-tailed Tit. A great songster - Weigh just 50p. Once they were able to be seen all year round – In our woodland our park areas and in all our gardens! ‘Long-tailed Tit – Vastly Happiest when they are all chattering together and staying in small flocks.’ “Quickest way […]

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