Posts Tagged with "Linnet"

Humanity Encroaches ON Habitats ‘1,000 TIMES Natural Rate’ – ‘Species Extinction’ – “Birth Of Our Planets ‘SEVENTH’ Billionth Person…”

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

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Humanity Encroaches ON Habitats ‘1,000 TIMES Natural Rate’ – ‘Species Extinction’ – “Birth Of Our Planets ‘SEVENTH’ Billionth Person…”

‘Climate Change is Happening’ – “Adversely Affecting Biodiversity, Our Agriculture – And Our Water Supplies.”Lost Biodiversity – “Lost – Our Vanishing Plants And Every One Thing That Has Made Up ‘nature.’ – For Mankind.” - Written 2011 August 12th. 2013 January 13: ‘ONLY FIVE ELEPHANTS SURVIVE THE POACHERS.’ Kenya – Poachers have slaughtered male elephants to the […]

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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…”

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

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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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Linnet – Exquisite grey head crimson forehead chest chestnut mantle streaking white throat underparts – ‘Piteously Endangered!’

Thursday, November 26, 2009

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Linnet – Exquisite grey head crimson forehead chest chestnut mantle streaking white throat underparts – ‘Piteously Endangered!’

Linnet Exquisite slim little – Linnet Finches.Males gloriously marked powder blue head crimson forehead and chest. Chestnut mantle streaking white throat and underparts. Resonant rich sonorous singing twittering as they fly. ‘Nest a cup of grass moss twigs lined with hair wool.’ Once ‘we’ used as cage birds because of their heavenly melodious song. Help […]

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