Posts Tagged with "Biodiversity"

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

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

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

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

Monday, November 13, 2017

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

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

Friday, September 29, 2017

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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= 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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Fish Are Known ‘Victims’ – Of Discarded ‘acutely toxic’ – Cigarettes!

Saturday, April 29, 2017

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Fish Are Known ‘Victims’ – Of Discarded ‘acutely toxic’ – Cigarettes!

‘Fish Are the New Known Victims of Cigarettes’ - Discarded cigarette butts are wiping out fish by leaking poisonous chemicals into their stomachs scientists say. A single butt with just a tiny amount of tobacco left in it was enough to turn one litre of water toxic and kill 50 per cent of species swimming […]

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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…”

Friday, November 11, 2016

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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= 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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Sparrowhawks RSPB Protected Birds Since “1954” !- Killing Ever More Sparrows & OUR Songbirds ! “Take This Protection ‘OFF’ – RSPB?”

Monday, January 12, 2015

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Sparrowhawks RSPB Protected Birds Since “1954” !- Killing Ever More Sparrows &  OUR Songbirds ! “Take This Protection ‘OFF’ – RSPB?”

“TODAY And YET ANOTHER TWO SONGBIRDS KILLED In My Garden” ‘BY FOREVER MORE’ – THE RSPB – ‘Sparrowhawks’ – One – A HEDGE SPARROW ‘WHOSE NUMBERS ARE AT BREAKING POINT’ AND THE OTHER – A MINUTE BLUE-TIT – News: 2010 December 19th. ‘It’s Time To Have The Sparrowhawk Taken Off The Protected Birds List.’Although its maybe a […]

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Nuthatch – Britains Only Bird to Descend “head down-wards” – running up-down around tree trunks! – ‘Their Numbers…?’

Sunday, July 21, 2013

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Nuthatch – Britains Only Bird to Descend “head down-wards” – running up-down around tree trunks! – ‘Their Numbers…?’

Nuthatch= Plump and lively running up and down tree trunks.Nuthatch – Only British Songbird to descend head down-wards. ‘Habit of wedging nuts into crevices then hammering them open.’ Seldom far from trees and woodland. Nest – Uses mud to smear around tree hole or nest box entrance to make the entrance smaller for them. “Amiable […]

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Goldcrest – 5g “Tiniest Songbird in Europe” – ‘Present Numbers ?’ – ! “High-frequency call above that we can perceive” –

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

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Goldcrest –  5g “Tiniest Songbird in Europe” – ‘Present Numbers ?’ – ! “High-frequency call above that we can perceive” –

Goldcrest Captivating Minuscule Precious Flitting Goldcrest – Restlessly Hanging Upside Down From Branches – Our Charming Petite Little Goldcrest. ‘Female yellow crest male has an orange one.‘ Tiny needle-like bill. Goldcrest: Tiniest Songbird In Europe. Weigh 5g – 20 pence. Goldcrest twittering ends with a flourish and their high-pitched frequency group call is above that which […]

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Black Redstart – FEWER THAN “100” BREEDING PAIRS – Never Again Experience “The Dawn Chorus…” – ‘ONE HUNDRED,’ When Was This? CONCERN? STINKS…! – AND YOU ??

Sunday, February 12, 2012

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Black Redstart – FEWER THAN “100” BREEDING PAIRS – Never Again Experience “The Dawn Chorus…” – ‘ONE HUNDRED,’ When Was This? CONCERN? STINKS…! – AND YOU ??

Black Redstart Small Little Grey-Black Males WITH THEIR Smart Red Tail. Tiny Black Faces – Grey-Black Wings and Plumage .With an orange rump, chest and showing up a quivering ‘orange- underside’ red tail. Delightful Glorious – With their ‘Bobbing Robin-like Manner’ – 2012 February 12th “With Fewer Than ‘100′ Breeding Pairs In The UK…!” AND – THE YEAR THAT […]

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

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

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

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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