Posts Tagged with "Biodiversity"

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

Friday, March 18, 2011

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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’ 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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Grey Squirrels Are Pests – KNOWN “Killing Thousands Of Songbirds” ‘Ranking Alongside Cats’ – Songbirds Main Killers! 2010 News

Monday, August 2, 2010

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Grey Squirrels Are Pests – KNOWN “Killing Thousands Of Songbirds” ‘Ranking Alongside Cats’ – Songbirds Main Killers! 2010 News

“Grey Squirrels, Great Overdue Debate.” - 2010 August 2nd: Ham & High BrewDogs Adverts Of A Stuffed Grey Squirrel – Along With A Bottle Of Ale In Its Mouth Is Without (For Once) Any Sentiment. For This Too Prevalent Garden AND Countrywide Pest ‘Grey Squirrels Which ARE Well Known For The Killing Of Our Garden Birds.’ […]

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RSPB WILL BE JUDGED – WITH IT’S “1954” SPARROWHAWK — ‘PROTECTION’! – 2010 “MORE THAN ‘500’ Race Horses” HAVE DIED?

Friday, April 2, 2010

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RSPB WILL BE JUDGED – WITH IT’S “1954” SPARROWHAWK — ‘PROTECTION’! – 2010 “MORE THAN ‘500’ Race Horses” HAVE DIED?

RACE BAN CALL AS ‘500’ HORSES DIE – 2010 April 2 Metro: More than 500 race horses have died in the past three (3) years after either collapsing on the course or being put down from bad injuries.The country’s largest animal rights group has claimed.Animal Aid said four horses died at the recent Cheltenham Festival and with […]

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‘Preyed’ On Songbirds! RSPBs Mark Avery professes ‘bird lover’ – but “loves sparrowhawks more!”

Monday, March 29, 2010

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‘Preyed’ On Songbirds! RSPBs Mark Avery professes ‘bird lover’ – but “loves sparrowhawks more!”

Don’t ‘Prey’ On Songbirds.” Daily Mail: 2010 March. The RSPB’s Mark Avery professes to be a bird lover but wants people to love the sparrowhawk. The biggest butcher of all our songbirds. Perhaps he likes seeing a sparrowhawk eat a songbird, which takes half an hour to die as it is gradually eaten away. The […]

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Dunnock – ‘‘Huge Falls Recorded for our tiny dainty little” – Dunnocks! ‘History littered with Mistakes so called Experts’ – Judged RSPB!

Thursday, March 25, 2010

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Dunnock – ‘‘Huge Falls Recorded for our tiny dainty little” – Dunnocks! ‘History littered with Mistakes so called Experts’ – Judged  RSPB!

Dunnock = Shy quite dainty Dunnock Songbirds stay almost horizontal to the ground while jerkily flicking out their little wings. Blue-grey light and dark brown head and body pink legs. Thin insect-eating bill. ‘Loud bright irresistible cheerful continuous calling song.’ 2010 BTO: ‘‘Huge falls have been recorded for our tiny dainty little Dunnocks!” – ‘Present Numbers?’ […]

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Blackbird – ‘‘Huge falls recorded for our well loved British Blackbirds!” 2001 ‘Red dead’ Scandal – Shamed RSPB!

Monday, December 14, 2009

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Blackbird – ‘‘Huge falls recorded for our well loved British Blackbirds!” 2001 ‘Red dead’ Scandal – Shamed RSPB!

Blackbird 2010: BTO- ‘‘Huge falls have been recorded for our well loved” - British Blackbird! Blackbirds a true – ‘All-year-round’ Garden Songbird with the greatest of songs. They nest in ivy low hedges bushes.So start planting to help increase their numbers. Females creamy throat slightly streaked chest brown body who sing quietly. Males deep black […]

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Rock Pipit – RSPB “Songbirds ‘Will’ – Can only start returning” – IF Predator Control IS Introduced ‘NOW – ?’

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

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Rock Pipit – RSPB “Songbirds ‘Will’ – Can only start returning” – IF Predator Control IS Introduced ‘NOW – ?’

Rock Pipit= Rock Pipit. Same size as Tawny Pipit with both larger than the Meadow Pipit.Strikingly dark head with thicker dark streaks on underparts. Help Rock Pipits: Invertebrates-Insects caterpillars larvae spiders flies beetles. Seeds.Small fish, shellfish. “Songbirds can or will only start returning – If some predator control IS introduced” – ‘NOW!’ Or never experience  […]

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

Monday, December 7, 2009

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

Sunday, December 6, 2009

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

Saturday, December 5, 2009

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

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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