Posts Tagged with "Dead-Extinct-Songbirds"

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

Wednesday, June 26, 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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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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GREY-SQUIRRELS – “HOW THEY SILENCE & DEVASTATE” – ‘OUR’ GARDEN SONGBIRDS…! Daily Mail 2006 –

Sunday, December 30, 2018

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GREY-SQUIRRELS – “HOW THEY SILENCE & DEVASTATE” – ‘OUR’ GARDEN SONGBIRDS…! Daily Mail 2006 –

‘HOW GREY SQUIRRELS’ – SILENCE & DEVASTATE OUR GARDEN SONGBIRDS – The Daily Mail 2006 May 30: They are responsible for almost wiping out their native cousins and now it seems grey squirrels have another species in their sights. They have added to the devastation of our much-loved Songbird populations by killing adult birds and raiding their nests. […]

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Goldfinch – “Delicate sociable beauty charm in abundance” – ‘Almost tropical in appearance with dancing flight’

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

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Goldfinch – “Delicate sociable beauty charm in abundance” – ‘Almost tropical in appearance with dancing flight’

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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No Wonder Our Sparrows Disappeared – ‘Magpies & Sparrowhawks!’ – RSPB ‘Cull’ 2003 – A Four letter Word!

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

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No Wonder Our Sparrows Disappeared – ‘Magpies & Sparrowhawks!’ – RSPB ‘Cull’ 2003 – A Four letter Word!

“The Little Brown Birds Appear Doomed” - Financial Times: 2003 September 12th -  ‘No Wonder the Sparrow is Disappearing.’ By N Forde. Steve Killick is right when he says humans are to blame for what has happened but he then goes on to attribute it to modern building techniques, garden makeovers, unleaded petrol and to farming […]

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House Martin – “Amazing strength character flying treacherous routes” From Africa’s South Sahara!

Sunday, July 15, 2018

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House Martin – “Amazing strength character flying treacherous routes” From Africa’s South Sahara!

House Martin= “They build nests entirely constructed of mud which are plastered to the walls under the eaves of house. Any suitable shed or barn.” Glossy metallic blue-black upper parts pure-white neck chest underparts distinctive white rump patch. ‘With shorter forked tail and white feathered feet with tiny legs.’ ‘House Martins rarely come to ground […]

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Magpie Pairs – “650,000 In 2005” RSPB Figures! KILLING – ‘39’ Million ‘Garden Songbirds’ their Chicks and Eggs! – ‘The’ RSPB…?

Sunday, July 1, 2018

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Magpie Pairs – “650,000 In 2005” RSPB Figures! KILLING – ‘39’ Million ‘Garden Songbirds’ their Chicks and Eggs! – ‘The’ RSPB…?

The Sunday Telegraph: 2005 February 27th -‘WHY I FUNDED THE MAGPIE SLAUGHTER.’ I am one of the group of people who put up £500 bounty on the proposed magpie cull. This was rightly done – In an attempt to arrest the very serious decline in the small bird population presided over by the ‘Royal Society […]

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Sparrows Extinction “90% Dead!” – RSPB In 1954 Gave Sparrowhawks Protection ‘1954’…? – Which Kills ‘EATING’ Our Sparrows!

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

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Sparrows Extinction “90% Dead!” – RSPB In 1954 Gave Sparrowhawks Protection ‘1954’…? – Which Kills ‘EATING’ Our Sparrows!

House Sparrow – 2010 BTO ‘Numbers’ Down. 90% DEAD! Grey crown. Bustling perky gregarious jolly little House Sparrows.Ceerful and chirpy song – Cockney chirrups. They mate for life. From 1840 taken all over the USA Boston New York and around the world.  ‘They’ – All Manage – To Retain British Sparrows? Not killing them all […]

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

Friday, March 2, 2018

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

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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Humans – ‘Wiping Out Animal Plant Life’ On Earth ‘By Two-Thirds’ 1999!

Friday, August 4, 2017

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Humans – ‘Wiping Out Animal Plant Life’ On Earth ‘By Two-Thirds’ 1999!

Humans Are – ‘Wiping Out Animal Life.’ – “The Human Race Is On Course To Wipe Out Two-Thirds Of Animal And Plant Life On Earth.” Experts Have Said. Nearly half of the world’s surface has been transformed and some 50 ‘Dead Zones’ have been created in which almost all aquatic life has been killed by pollution. […]

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