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Whitethroat – GORGOUS “Distinctive Little White-Throat – Along With A Chestnut Mantle AND Pinkish Breast” – ‘1968’ Crashed – ‘DEAD’ 70%…! – WHO CARES ?

Whitethroat – GORGOUS “Distinctive Little White-Throat – Along With A Chestnut Mantle AND Pinkish Breast” – ‘1968’ Crashed – ‘DEAD’ 70%…! – WHO CARES ?

1 February 2019

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Whitethroat GORGOUS – ‘Distinctive Little White-Throat’ With A Very Distinctive Manner Along With A LOVELY White-Throat – Chestnut Grey-Brown Mantle Pinkish Breast And Then A White Eye Ring AND Belly – And Also – ‘Their Orange-Caramel Brown Wings.’ Darting Rapidly In And Out Of Cover - ‘Flicking And Cocking Their Long White Edged Tail.’ Male builds deep cup-shaped […]

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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…”

22 January 2019

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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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Wood Warbler – ‘Huge Falls Recorded for Delicate Dinky Warblers’ – Dead – 70%! Help Them…?

Wood Warbler – ‘Huge Falls Recorded for Delicate Dinky Warblers’ – Dead – 70%! Help Them…?

21 January 2019

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Wood Warbler 2010: BTO – ”Huge fall in numbers have been recorded for our – Delicate tiny Wood Warblers.” Dead – Down 70%! ‘Breeding Population Decline’ – 1981-2007. Unobtrusive high in canopies the little Wood Warbler. So attractive bright lemon-yellow breast throat upper chest green above white under. Largest and yellowest of all Warblers. ‘Highly […]

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Magpie Menace – “Vicious Slaughtering Attacks!” ON British Songbirds – Song Thrush 2010: “Numbers Dead 75%…” – BTO

Magpie Menace – “Vicious Slaughtering Attacks!” ON British Songbirds – Song Thrush 2010: “Numbers Dead 75%…” – BTO

17 January 2019

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An Article Written In ‘2007′ Cites The Vicious Killing Attacks That Magpies Subject Our British Garden Birds to. ‘Their Demise’ : Published – The Daily Mail. The Magpie Not Only Attacks The Eggs And – Killing The Young Of Garden Songbirds – But Attacks The Adults Too; 2007 March 14 - “The article goes on to […]

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SPARROWHAWK ‘As Birdwatchers Watch’ – KILLS “RARE Swallow” – Magpie: Latin meaning – AN Appetite For Substances “UNFIT AS FOOD” Perfect Reference FOR KILLER ‘MAGPIES’ And Their Blood ‘Horrors !’

SPARROWHAWK ‘As Birdwatchers Watch’ – KILLS “RARE Swallow” – Magpie: Latin meaning – AN Appetite For Substances “UNFIT AS FOOD” Perfect Reference FOR KILLER ‘MAGPIES’ And Their Blood ‘Horrors !’

15 January 2019

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and Finally... 2006 November 15th Metro: ‘Birdwatchers Looked On In Horror – As A Swallow Not Seen In Britain – For ’20’ Years Was Carried Off – In The Claws Of A Sparrowhawk…’ The twitchers had been watching the red-rumpted swallow for 20 minutes when it stopped to rest on a TV aerial. It was […]

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Humans Take Over The Planet “As Animals ARE Wiped Out” – Either ‘Dead, Dying or Doomed’ – ‘2008…!’ Free-range ‘GREY’ Squirrel MEAT

Humans Take Over The Planet “As Animals ARE Wiped Out” – Either ‘Dead, Dying or Doomed’ – ‘2008…!’ Free-range ‘GREY’ Squirrel MEAT

10 January 2019

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‘Dead, Dying or Doomed.’ – Animals Wiped Out as Humans ‘2008′ – “Take Over the Planet” – Metro: News 2008 May 6 - By Miles Erwin. Mankind Today – Stands Accused Of Wiping Out More Than A Quarter Of Animal Populations On The Planet In The Past 35 Years. As the number of humans has grown from 4 […]

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Wren – “Wrens tremble as they put everything into their ‘round the clock’ hearty buzzy clear song – ending in a ‘trill”

Wren – “Wrens tremble as they put everything into their ‘round the clock’ hearty buzzy clear song – ending in a ‘trill”

3 January 2019

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Wren= Irresistible shy captivating dinky Wrens weigh same as £1 coin. Rich russet plumage mottled many shades of brown. Cream stripe over eyes. Fine flicked toy cocked tail. “One of Britains smallest songbirds but what they lack in size make up for in energy and noise –  Swivelling bobbing singing their tiny little hearts out.” […]

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Goldfinch – “Delicate sociable beauty charm in abundance” – ‘Almost tropical in appearance with dancing flight’

Goldfinch – “Delicate sociable beauty charm in abundance” – ‘Almost tropical in appearance with dancing flight’

28 November 2018

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Goldfinch Delicate sociable little Goldfinch has beauty charm in abundance.‘Almost tropical in appearance along with a 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’ -  Humans again once caged. Weighs same as 20p coin. Dismally UK – […]

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No Wonder Our Sparrows Disappeared – ‘Magpies & Sparrowhawks!’ – RSPB ‘Cull’ 2003 – A Four letter Word!

No Wonder Our Sparrows Disappeared – ‘Magpies & Sparrowhawks!’ – RSPB ‘Cull’ 2003 – A Four letter Word!

12 September 2018

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“The Little Brown Birds Appear Doomed” - Financial Times: 2003 September 12th -  ‘No Wonder the Sparrow is Disappearing.’ By N Forde. Steve Killick is right when he says humans are to blame for what has happened but he then goes on to attribute it to modern building techniques, garden makeovers, unleaded petrol and to farming […]

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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 August 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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