Posts Tagged with "Dead-Extinct-Songbirds"

Birds Death ‘Britain’ – WHY? – “Grey-Squirrel Magpie Sparrow-Hawk Rat Cat Fox Crow Herring-Gulls Jays Red-Kite Badger Falcon” ETC !

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

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Birds Death ‘Britain’ – WHY? – “Grey-Squirrel Magpie Sparrow-Hawk Rat Cat Fox Crow Herring-Gulls Jays Red-Kite Badger Falcon” ETC !

‘I HAVE No Hesitation In Saying It’s Terrorism In The Countryside And In All Our Towns And Cities. How Else Can You Explain What Is Happening ?’ Hill farmer John Pugh from Llanwrthwl, Rhayader is talking about rural predators the Corvids and Raptors – Magpies, Jays, Crows, Jays. Add Red-Kites, Falcons, Rats, Sparrow-Hawks, Badgers, Foxes, Herring-Gulls, […]

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Pigeon Pie FOR Lunch- “Pelicans ‘eating’ At St James Park” – ‘London !’

Sunday, May 5, 2019

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Pigeon Pie FOR Lunch- “Pelicans ‘eating’ At St James Park” – ‘London !’

Pelican Has Pigeon Pie for its – Lunch. 2006 -Evening Standard 25th October: “Horrified families discovered how life can be when a pelican ate an unsuspecting pigeon.” ‘The eastern white pelican struggled with the frantic bird in its beak for 30 minutes before swallowing it whole.’ The gruesome sight was caught in St James’s Park […]

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EXTINCTION FILE ‘2008’ – “Desperate Fate of Species” – Animal LOSS Current Rates – “GREATEST IN HISTORY Of EARTH…!”

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

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EXTINCTION FILE ‘2008’ – “Desperate Fate of Species” – Animal LOSS Current Rates – “GREATEST IN HISTORY Of EARTH…!”

EXTINCTION FILE: 2008 March – Metro ‘It Sounds Like The Story Line For – The Next Instalment of the Jurassic Park Movie Series – AS Scientists Develop A DNA Bank For Animals Which Are ALL – Facing Extinction.’ But the ‘Frozen Ark’ is real. It will preserve the genetic blueprints of endangered species and could […]

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RSPB? Criticising ‘Them !’ “Magpie Controversy Does NOT Go Far Enough” – Humans ‘2006’ – Gulping ALL “Available Resources…”

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

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RSPB? Criticising ‘Them !’ “Magpie Controversy Does NOT Go Far Enough” – Humans  ‘2006’ – Gulping ALL “Available Resources…”

Letters Criticising the RSPB And Government Departments about the Magpie Controversy – “Do Not Go Far Enough.” – ‘2006′ - Winter: By Paul Roberts.    [Photo: Pelicans And Story - Below] In the eighties the then Department of the Environment negligently allowed the European Commission to put magpies on the list of protected species of birds. Although  […]

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80 Euros ‘2011’ BUYS You Songbird ‘Snack’ restaurants 50-Million Euros Year ! ‘Black Market Thrives’ – “Bloody Handed Trappers” – ARE – Pushing “Our Songbirds Closer to Extinction…”

Thursday, March 28, 2019

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80 Euros ‘2011’ BUYS You Songbird ‘Snack’ restaurants 50-Million Euros Year ! ‘Black Market Thrives’ – “Bloody Handed Trappers” – ARE – Pushing “Our Songbirds Closer to Extinction…”

“Native Songbirds Are Being Driven To The Point Of Extinction By Europe’s Trappers Because Their Melodic Calls Make Them Prized Pets.” Linnets which are high on the list of collectors ‘wanted’ wild birds are becoming increasingly scarce in their natural farmland habitats. - Written – 2011 March 2nd. Because of its attractive appearance and endearing sweet […]

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MAGPIES ‘ARE’ “KILLING OFF” – OUR OWN “GARDEN SONGBIRDS” – CULLING NECESSARY! WE ‘MUST’ RETAIN Eco-BALANCE 2003…

Thursday, March 21, 2019

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MAGPIES ‘ARE’ “KILLING OFF” – OUR OWN “GARDEN SONGBIRDS” – CULLING NECESSARY! WE ‘MUST’ RETAIN Eco-BALANCE 2003…

“MAGPIES – ARE KILLING OFF ‘OUR’ SONGBIRDS” -Daily Mail 2003 September: There’s Something Touching In The Naivety Of those Who Fondly Imagine That Nature Will Always Find Its Own Balance - “Its all very well telling us that the magpies can’t go on increasing in number if the numbers of their prey – in particular […]

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“Cats ‘Kill’ 100 Million Songbirds A Year” 2010 ! ‘Speeding At 30/40 mph’ – “Same As, White Rhino, Racehorse Bear, Deer…!”

Saturday, February 16, 2019

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“Cats ‘Kill’ 100 Million Songbirds A Year” 2010 ! ‘Speeding At 30/40 mph’ – “Same As, White Rhino, Racehorse Bear, Deer…!”

Oh-Joy A Juvenile Robin Without Yet His Red Breast Came By Last Week; First And Last Time A Robin Was Seen Around Here Was In 1998…! They then made a nest in the ivy opposite the nesting blackbirds. “On TV they always show Robins ‘territory antics’ but, when they cannot find anywhere to nest it is peace.”  No one ever saw […]

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Dying Birds Tragedy “You don’t see them like you used to” – When The Dire Lack Of Songbirds & Sparrows – IS Mentioned…!

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

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Dying Birds Tragedy “You don’t see them like you used to” – When The Dire Lack Of Songbirds & Sparrows – IS Mentioned…!

“In My Lifetime I’ve Become – Forever Sick Of Hearing – This ‘same’ Sad Old Lament – From just so many people and it comes from people of all ages.” “You Don’t See Them Like You Used To” – Dying Birds Tragedy – “Whenever the dire lack of our Songbirds and Sparrows are mentioned.” - 2011 August 12. ‘For […]

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BRIGHT BIRDY ‘Humans See Fraction of Colour as Birds Can’ – DEAD ‘Song Thrush 75% !’ – “Rapid Decline Since 1970s…”

Saturday, February 2, 2019

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BRIGHT BIRDY ‘Humans See Fraction of Colour as Birds Can’ – DEAD ‘Song Thrush 75% !’  – “Rapid Decline Since 1970s…”

BRIGHT BIRDY - 2011 June 23: A peacocks plumage might appear colourful to us but it could appear drab to other birds. Humans are capable of seeing only a fraction of the colour that birds can. The feathers they produce are only up to 30 per cent of the range of colours that birds can […]

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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…”

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

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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…”

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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