Posts Tagged with "Dead-Extinct-Songbirds"

Tree-sparrows, Song-thrushes, yellow-wagtails, corn-buntings, starlings, Blackbirds, Willow-tits, bullfinches, spotted-flycatchers, Tree-pipits – “DEAD 75% ! – SINCE 1970…”

Thursday, October 12, 2017

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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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Whinchat – Dead ‘75%’ ! Weeny Whinchat – Who What Do ‘YOU’ Blame FOR – The “Twilight of our Songbirds” 2008…?

Thursday, July 6, 2017

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Whinchat – Dead ‘75%’ ! Weeny Whinchat – Who What Do ‘YOU’ Blame FOR – The “Twilight of our Songbirds” 2008…?

Whinchat ‘Little Weeny Enjoyable Whinchat With A Broad Outer Stripe Around Their Tiny Eyes And Neck.’ – Dazzling – Apricot orange-chest. Back white streaked with dark to light brown and a white wing patch. Black bill and legs. - 2009 October 6th Photo Main: Female Whinchat – Male left. Hops runs on ground with perching on […]

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Garden Birds Terrorized – ‘Sparrowhawks + Magpies Killing!’ – RSPB ‘Head in the sand approach to Songbirds Decline!’ RSPB Member 2004

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

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Garden Birds Terrorized – ‘Sparrowhawks + Magpies Killing!’ – RSPB ‘Head in the sand approach to Songbirds Decline!’ RSPB Member 2004

“It remains utterly disturbing that the RSPB persists with this quite astonishing ‘head in the sand’ approach to songbirds decline.” Thank you RSPB for writing to me at such length. Of cause I appreciate that as an -RSPB Member. Reply 2004 – To RSPB: “A Songbird Observer.” You write that yours is a scientific approach. […]

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Reed Warbler – Cuckoo ‘Baby’ kicks “Reed Warbler Eggs” Out Of ‘HER’ Nest ! – Unluckily a cuckoo host ‘species’…

Friday, May 5, 2017

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Reed Warbler – Cuckoo ‘Baby’ kicks “Reed Warbler Eggs” Out Of ‘HER’ Nest ! – Unluckily a cuckoo host ‘species’…

Reed Warbler= Singing From Within Reedbeds – A Genial Gentle Rhythmic Song.Highly Busy Active AND – ‘WONDERFUL’ – “Little Reed Warblers.” ‘Their nest an elaborate basketwork structure ensures their eggs do not fall out even when heavy winds sway the reeds.’ Suspended between supporting reed stems. Photos: Reed Warbler – Unluckily Cuckoo Host Species… Feeding […]

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

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

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

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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RSPB Admits ‘No Research Predation!’ – Conservationists ‘taboo…’ “Colossal Killing of Garden Birds by Predators!”

Friday, March 10, 2017

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RSPB Admits ‘No Research Predation!’ – Conservationists ‘taboo…’ “Colossal Killing of Garden Birds by Predators!”

Songbird Numbers Down. Predators Up. So… if we want to hear the dawn chorus, we cannot avoid taking unpleasant action. What has really happened to our farmland birds? Their numbers have fallen by 53 per cent over 40 years even though we are now throwing £1 billion a year into conservation.The Times 2011 January By Nick […]

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

Thursday, December 29, 2016

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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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Treecreeper – “Only British Songbird with Down Curved Bill” – Savage Absence! Few CAT OWNERS care “ABOUT GARDEN BIRD LOSSES…?”

Thursday, December 22, 2016

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Treecreeper – “Only British Songbird with Down Curved Bill” – Savage Absence! Few CAT OWNERS care “ABOUT GARDEN BIRD LOSSES…?”

Treecreeper= Our Delightful LOVELY Understated LITTLE Treecreeper.Only British songbird with long down curved bill. Scaling climbing trees and underside of branches for insects. Spiralling around tree trunks always proceeding upwards -“Quickly flying back to base of next tree to repeat the whole process.” Song very highly distinctive reminiscent of Blue tit with trisyllabic ending. Regular […]

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Spotted Flycatcher – Dead 85%! Sickening & Scandalous… What then? ALL Songbirds – “TO BE DEAD AND – GONE?”

Sunday, November 6, 2016

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Spotted Flycatcher – Dead 85%! Sickening & Scandalous… What then? ALL Songbirds – “TO BE DEAD AND – GONE?”

Spotted Flycatcher= Minuscule Musical Tiny Songster. With Little – Spotted Females and Juveniles.Bobbing out and about catching thousands of insects. Flying from northern Europe these ‘minute grams’ of valued streaked twittering -Arrival in May then – ‘They leave to fly all that way home again.’ By July-August. 2010 BTO – Numbers Down 85%! High on […]

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

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

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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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