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Sparrowhawk-Pair ‘Eat 2,200 Sparrow-sized OR 55 kg of Birds A Year !’ – Robin “Round the clock  powerful melodious sweet warbling songs” -

Sparrowhawk-Pair ‘Eat 2,200 Sparrow-sized OR 55 kg of Birds A Year !’ – Robin “Round the clock powerful melodious sweet warbling songs” -

11 February 2019

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ROBIN Perky Resounding Melodious Robin Red Breast – Crowned In 1960 – ‘Britain’s National Songbird.’ Endearing inquisitive ‘our’ friendly sociable darling little Christmas favourite. Male and female sing identical round the clock melodious powerful sweet warbling songs to declare their area.Stopping only when rearing their chicks. – 2012 April 23. Help Robins: Slim tiny bills […]

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Marsh Tit – “Smart well defined black bib glossy black cap”- Feeding Acrobatically – ‘Hideous RSPB death!’

Marsh Tit – “Smart well defined black bib glossy black cap”- Feeding Acrobatically – ‘Hideous RSPB death!’

7 February 2019

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Marsh Tit Smart well defined black bib glossy black cap. Acrobatically feeds with hoarding food away if finding a good supply. Only distinguished from willow tit as a separate species in 1897. Little Marsh Tit totally different song with a higher-pitched jaunty call.Distinguish by their calls and no white nape like the Coal tit. “Recent […]

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Nightingale – “Biggest falls since records began of any UK Songbird!” – 1967-2007… ‘Dead 91%’  – “RSPB Catastrophe !”

Nightingale – “Biggest falls since records began of any UK Songbird!” – 1967-2007… ‘Dead 91%’ – “RSPB Catastrophe !”

5 February 2019

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Nightingale Famous outstanding beautiful gorgeous operatic singing is truly remarkable. “Powerful melodious varied rich dulcet singing for hours on end with an – Astonishing – 260 variations.” ‘A fast succession of high low lyrical notes few songbirds can match.’ Captivating Nightingales sing almost as much by day as by night. Nest: On or near ground in […]

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RSPB 2007 said…

RSPB 2007 said…

3 February 2019

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RSPB 2007 - Said… “Unfortunately where migrant birds are found on the edge of their range there is often little that can be done in terms of - effective conservation action…” 2011 November – The Field: He said it… In a remarkable article Dr Mark Avery former RSPB conservation director suggests a quota system for […]

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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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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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Yellow Wagtail – “Since 1970s Disasterous 75% Dead!” Carnage ‘RED’ Dead – By Grisly Shameful – 75%!

Yellow Wagtail – “Since 1970s Disasterous 75% Dead!” Carnage ‘RED’ Dead – By Grisly Shameful – 75%!

20 January 2019

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Yellow Wagtail ‘All wagtails are dainty and delicate but the yellow is the most graceful of them all.’ – “Golden yellow as a field of dandelions.”Sweet robin-like singing. As Always – ‘Of conservation Concern.’ – To ‘Who’ Exactly?Yellow Wagtail Has ‘declined.’ Dead. – By Grisly Shameful 75%! ”Huge falls have been recorded for our Yellow […]

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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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Coal Tit –  “Were seen everywhere All woodland areas!” – Numbers of ‘Our little Coal Tit?’

Coal Tit – “Were seen everywhere All woodland areas!” – Numbers of ‘Our little Coal Tit?’

25 December 2018

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Coal Tit= Like its tit cousins attracted to peanut feeders.In winter they travel in flocks while searching for food. “Were once a ‘common’ sight being seen everywhere and in our parks in towns cities and especially around woodland areas.” Well-groomed appearance. Similar to blue tit though our tiny Coal Tit does have a white nape patch […]

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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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