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‘Preyed’ On Songbirds! RSPBs Mark Avery professes ‘bird lover’ – but “loves sparrowhawks more!”

Monday, March 29, 2010

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‘Preyed’ On Songbirds! RSPBs Mark Avery professes ‘bird lover’ – but “loves sparrowhawks more!”

Don’t ‘Prey’ On Songbirds.” Daily Mail: 2010 March. The RSPB’s Mark Avery professes to be a bird lover but wants people to love the sparrowhawk. The biggest butcher of all our songbirds. Perhaps he likes seeing a sparrowhawk eat a songbird, which takes half an hour to die as it is gradually eaten away. The […]

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Marsh Tit – “Smart well defined black bib glossy black cap”- Feeding Acrobatically – ‘Hideous RSPB death!’

Monday, December 7, 2009

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Marsh Tit – “Smart well defined black bib glossy black cap”- Feeding Acrobatically – ‘Hideous RSPB death!’

Marsh Tit Smart well defined black bib glossy black cap. Acrobatically feeds with hoarding food away if finding a good supply. Only distinguished from willow tit as a separate species in 1897. Little Marsh Tit totally different song with a higher-pitched jaunty call.Distinguish by their calls and no white nape like the Coal tit. “Recent […]

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Wren – “Wrens tremble as they put everything into their ‘round the clock’ hearty buzzy clear song – ending in a ‘trill”

Monday, November 30, 2009

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Wren – “Wrens tremble as they put everything into their ‘round the clock’ hearty buzzy clear song – ending in a ‘trill”

Wren= Irresistible shy captivating dinky Wrens weigh same as £1 coin. Rich russet plumage mottled many shades of brown. Cream stripe over eyes. Fine flicked toy cocked tail. “One of Britains smallest songbirds but what they lack in size make up for in energy and noise –  Swivelling bobbing singing their tiny little hearts out.” […]

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Sedge Warbler – “Impressive mimics imitating blackbirds great tit chaffinch linnet pied wagtail” – ‘Morbidly Dead!’

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

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Sedge Warbler – “Impressive mimics imitating blackbirds great tit chaffinch linnet pied wagtail” – ‘Morbidly Dead!’

Sedge Warbler Devotes time effort proudly singing their little hearts out frequently heard at night. “Impressive powerful sonorous mimics never the same twice imitating blackbirds great tit chaffinch linnet pied wagtail.” Song flight rises with fluttering wings almost perpendicularly in the air turning rapidly making a slow spiral descent with outspread wings and tail. Striking […]

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BBC AND RSPB – Bill Oddie Types FULL of Half Truths! – “Biased” Pseudo-scientists – SEEKING ‘Suburban Popularity…’

Monday, December 29, 2008

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BBC AND RSPB – Bill Oddie Types FULL of Half Truths! – “Biased” Pseudo-scientists – SEEKING ‘Suburban Popularity…’

‘A CONSERVATIONIST NO MORE.’ Shooting Times: 2008 December – By: G.Morris, Suffolk Having planted trees in my village in the early 1970s, created a four-acre wildlife reserve in the 1980s and annually coppiced firewood in nearby woods for many years. I used to feel proud when people on occasion said ‘I hear you are a […]

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Dog Walking – “Scaring Harming ‘ALL’ Woodland Birdlife” – Reduction OF Songbird Species… ‘Even When Dogs ARE On A Lead!’

Sunday, October 7, 2007

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Dog Walking – “Scaring Harming ‘ALL’ Woodland Birdlife” – Reduction OF Songbird Species… ‘Even When Dogs ARE On A Lead!’

Dog – Walking Scares Wildlife… 2007 October – thelondonpaper - Walkies Call Makes Songbirds Fly Into Exile. One Of The Most Popular Outdoor Activities In the UK Could Be Harming Woodland Birdlife. It Was Claimed Today.Dr Peter Banks said his research shows dog-walking leads to a 41 per cent reduction in songbirds and 35 per cent […]

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Britain – “Third Largest Importer Of Illegal Timber” 2007 ‘Condemned’ UK – “Paying £712 Million…”

Friday, January 12, 2007

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Britain – “Third Largest Importer Of Illegal Timber” 2007 ‘Condemned’ UK – “Paying £712 Million…”

Britain Pays £712 Million For Illegal Wood – ‘World Wildlife Fund‘ -Report: 2007 January 12th Britain has been condemned as the third largest importer of illegal timber - ‘It is beaten only by China and Japan.’ ‘Britain spends about £712 million a year bringing in 3.2 million hectares, an area the size of Belgium.’ A […]

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Marsh Warbler – “Precariously Rare” In Britain DEAD – Carnage 2004 – “15 Breeding pairs by 2010…?” – ‘Silenced…!’ CRY ?

Friday, December 17, 2004

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Marsh Warbler – “Precariously Rare” In Britain DEAD – Carnage 2004 – “15 Breeding pairs by 2010…?” – ‘Silenced…!’ CRY ?

City of Westminster Council: 2004 December 17th.I can confirm that the City Council is also concerned about the decline of songbirds and are involved in several initiatives to help encourage them into our parks and open spaces. As members of the Westminster Bio diversity Partnership, we are engaged in a number of projects to promote […]

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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!”

Sunday, July 4, 2004

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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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Criticising RSPB ‘1996’ RSPB Are Driven by Sentiment – ‘Not Science!’ “Let Facts Determine Outcome…”

Monday, September 2, 1996

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Criticising RSPB ‘1996’ RSPB Are Driven by Sentiment – ‘Not Science!’ “Let Facts Determine Outcome…”

VIEWS ON THE RSPB – The Field September 1996: By W Newlands - Chief executive of the RSPB Barbara Young gave a fulsome response (letters April issue) to my article criticising the RSPB for being increasingly driven by sentiment rather than science. My case is amply proven by a statement in her reply: ‘We hope […]

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