Posts Tagged with "Environmental"

Crossbill – ‘Huge Decline All Finch Family’ – “Detestably & Shamefully” Beautiful Graceful Crossbill – Ever Alive? Sob…!

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

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Crossbill – ‘Huge Decline All Finch Family’ – “Detestably & Shamefully” Beautiful Graceful Crossbill – Ever Alive? Sob…!

Crossbill= Fantastic Lovely and Colourful Singing Songster loves eating Pine Seeds.These now ‘rarities’ mandibles (beaks) cross at the tip. Crossbills – Are thirsty Songbirds – Doubtless on account of their diet of pine seeds. ‘Were often seen drinking at car park puddles.’ Mandibles that cross at the tip. The lower mandible may bend either to […]

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SWIFT “Threatened Songbirds” – ‘These Fabulous Fantastic Swifts’ – “Tearing Through Sky scimitar boomerangs screaming past at breakneck speed – ‘Seen ONE… ?’

Thursday, February 21, 2019

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SWIFT “Threatened Songbirds” – ‘These Fabulous Fantastic Swifts’ – “Tearing Through Sky scimitar boomerangs screaming past at breakneck speed – ‘Seen ONE… ?’

SWIFT ‘Black Tearing Though Sky Amazing Scimitar ‘Swift’ Boomerangs Screaming Past At Breakneck Speed.’ Slim tapering body and – Spectacularly long scythe-like wings are key – Identification. Along with the Swifts short forked tail. ‘Young swifts emerge from their nests probably never landing again for - Two to three years.’ “Eating sleeping and doing ‘every-single-one-thing’ […]

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

Saturday, February 9, 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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Nightingale – “Biggest falls since records began of any UK Songbird!” – 1967-2007… ‘Dead 91%’ – “RSPB Catastrophe !”

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

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Nightingale – “Biggest falls since records began of any UK Songbird!” – 1967-2007… ‘Dead 91%’  – “RSPB Catastrophe !”

Nightingale Famous outstanding beautiful gorgeous operatic singing is truly remarkable. “Powerful melodious varied rich dulcet singing for hours on end with an – Astonishing – 260 variations.” ‘A fast succession of high low lyrical notes few songbirds can match.’ Captivating Nightingales sing almost as much by day as by night. Nest: On or near ground in […]

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Sparrowhawk One pair ‘EAT 55 kg’! – 2,200 Sparrow sized birds – OR 600 Thrush Blackbird OR 110 Wood pigeon – “A Year!”

Monday, February 4, 2019

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Sparrowhawk One pair ‘EAT 55 kg’! – 2,200 Sparrow sized birds – OR 600 Thrush Blackbird OR 110 Wood pigeon – “A Year!”

Winged Killers Culling – Woodland Birds – When the RSPB announced last week that there was a sharp decline in the number of farmland and woodland birds. ‘I was not surprised.’ –  The Belfast Telegraph 2004 July 4th. Nor I believe was anyone who has even a basic knowledge of ornithology. I listened to RSPB spokespeople […]

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

Sunday, February 3, 2019

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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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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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‘Cull Magpies Grey-Squirrels Sparrowhawks Crows Gulls’ – Or IN ‘2001’! – “NO Songbirds Will Be Left in Britain…”

Saturday, February 2, 2019

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‘Cull Magpies Grey-Squirrels Sparrowhawks Crows Gulls’ – Or IN ‘2001’! – “NO Songbirds Will Be Left in Britain…”

BLAME THE GULLS - Daily Mail 2001 September: By J Erskins. Demise of our songbirds has nothing to do with modern farming or changes in the weather. I was brought up on farms working on them for 30 years so know a lot about wildlife and farming in general. ‘Take it from me that unless we […]

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