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Marsh Warbler – “Navigate huge distances detecting earths magnetic field” – ‘15 breeding pairs by 2010!’ Vile Carnage…!

Marsh Warbler – “Navigate huge distances detecting earths magnetic field” – ‘15 breeding pairs by 2010!’ Vile Carnage…!

21 December 2016

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Marsh Warbler “Few now hear this master singing continuously for up to an hour mimicking the musical songs of Songbirds from its breeding and wintering range.” ‘UK Biodiversity Action Plan 1998 revised – 2006!’ Increase to – ‘15 breeding pairs’ – By 2010…! Vile – Carnage! Precariously Rare – ‘Silenced’ – In Britain. Dredged Up […]

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Tree Pipit – ‘‘Huge falls recorded for our baby tree pipit” – Dead 75%! “Songbirds a ‘Miracle’ We may follow & strive to attain…”

Tree Pipit – ‘‘Huge falls recorded for our baby tree pipit” – Dead 75%! “Songbirds a ‘Miracle’ We may follow & strive to attain…”

11 November 2016

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Tree Pipit= 2010: BTO - ‘Huge falls have been recorded for our hearty little tree pipit.’ Brown streaked upper lovely pale tinged chest fine streaked flanks. Similar to the Meadow Pipit with lighter legs. ‘Trilling rhythmic song and very different calls.’ Nests on ground in open areas. Undergone Population ‘decline’ ie CRASH! LAST – 30 […]

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Aquatic Warbler – “GLOBALLY THREATENED” Warblers ‘12-15’ Species 1996-2001 ‘Rare!’ – Tragic Outrage? – NONE… TYPICAL!

Aquatic Warbler – “GLOBALLY THREATENED” Warblers ‘12-15’ Species 1996-2001 ‘Rare!’ – Tragic Outrage? – NONE… TYPICAL!

1 December 2012

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Aquatic Warbler ‘FEW NOW HEAR THEIR ENCHANTING TYPICAL - Warbler Whistles.’ ‘Dependence on vulnerable breeding habitat’ – Trotted out as to reasons? Aquatic Warbler – ‘All 12-14 Warbler Species’ – “Rare at Risk.” ALL Extinct – “When…?” Cetti’s Warbler + Dartford Warbler + Garden Warbler + Grasshopper Warbler + Leaf Warbler + Reed Warbler + Savi’s […]

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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 2012

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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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Lesser-Whitethroat – “Catastrophic Dead 80%!” – Crash ‘1968-1969’ 2012 Now Extinct? Who Knows! – “Conservation” ? = ‘Stinks…’

Lesser-Whitethroat – “Catastrophic Dead 80%!” – Crash ‘1968-1969’ 2012 Now Extinct? Who Knows! – “Conservation” ? = ‘Stinks…’

12 November 2012

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Lesser-Whitethroat “Catastrophic – Dead 80%!” Population crash during ‘1968-1969′ winter drought?  It’s ‘Now’ 2012! “WHY HAS NOTHING EVER – Been Done to ‘Help’ Them?” Namely ONE – “Stopping” Hunters. Poachers! – ‘Who’ Helps?  2012 March 12th View: 80 Euros buys You Songbird ‘Snack!’ Restaurants 50Million Euros Year! Black Market Thrives – ‘Trappers Push Birds Closer to […]

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Reed Bunting – ‘‘Rapid Loss When Hawks Nested Nearby !” – Dead RED ‘AND SINCE 1970…!’ RSPB – ?

Reed Bunting – ‘‘Rapid Loss When Hawks Nested Nearby !” – Dead RED ‘AND SINCE 1970…!’ RSPB – ?

2 November 2012

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Reed-Bunting Striking Unmistakable. ‘Along With their Wonderful Black Head-dress.’ And Notice Their – White outter tail feathers only seen in flight. Photos: Reed Bunting. Staccato Tuneful ‘Beautiful’ Songster. Observers Noted – ‘‘Numbers of Reed Bunting Rapidly Went Down – ‘Collapsed…’ When – ‘Harrier Hawks’ nested for -Five years in succession nearby.” Since 1970s – Yes […]

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Meadow Pipit ‘Dead 65%’ 1970-2005 – Nests “Parasitized-By-Cuckoo !” “No Meadow Pipit” – No Cuckoo…!

Meadow Pipit ‘Dead 65%’ 1970-2005 – Nests “Parasitized-By-Cuckoo !” “No Meadow Pipit” – No Cuckoo…!

8 June 2012

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Meadow Pipit= Meadow Pipit – Their Nests ‘Parasitized – By-Cuckoo.’ -No Meadow Pipit – ‘No’ Cuckoo…! Breeding season ‘parachute’ aerial display flight. Fluttering rising ascent then Parachuting – Descending downwards -On half spread wings showing white outer tail feathers. “Song Rises With Powerful High Notes AND Piping Calls Decelerating With A Prestigious Trill To Finish.” – […]

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Savi’s Warbler – Sheer magnitude of bird extinctions! “A human-induced mass extinction is taking place…” New agent of mass destruction – Ourselves!

Savi’s Warbler – Sheer magnitude of bird extinctions! “A human-induced mass extinction is taking place…” New agent of mass destruction – Ourselves!

14 February 2012

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Savi’s Warbler Concordant reeling song often given at dusk similar – to Grasshopper Warbler. Faster and deeper resembling Roesel’s Bush-cricket. Savi’s Warblers: Need Invertebrates – Bugs grubs caterpillars larvae spiders flies worms. Help: Most Warblers Are – Insectivorous – ‘Eating Insects.’ All Warblers need – ‘Insectivorous’ and ‘Invertebrates.’ All Pests ‘we’ Dont Want or Like! – […]

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Yellowhammer – “Must have escaped from an aviary” – Alarming ‘30’ Years RED ‘DEAD!’ Soon Extinction?

Yellowhammer – “Must have escaped from an aviary” – Alarming ‘30’ Years RED ‘DEAD!’ Soon Extinction?

29 October 2011

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Yellowhammer With – Brilliant yellow plumage. “Must have escaped from an aviary.” Endearing splendour high pitched tone mellifluous singing. Birds of high conservation – ‘concern!’ “Alarming 30 years RED!”… Appears on this damn – DEAD list – Of cause! Red List species of – ‘high conservation concern’… Who’s?Yellowhammer – Extinct NOW? = When – Do […]

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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 October 2011

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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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