Magpie Menace – “Vicious Slaughtering Attacks!” ON British Songbirds – Song Thrush 2010: “Numbers Dead 75%…” – BTO

Magpie Menace – “Vicious Slaughtering Attacks!” ON British Songbirds – Song Thrush 2010: “Numbers Dead 75%…” – BTO

Written by songbirdsuk

Topics: Garden Bird tweets

An Article Written In 2007′ Cites The Vicious Killing Attacks That Magpies Subject Our British Garden Birds to. ‘Their Demise’ : Published – The Daily Mail.
The Magpie Not Only Attacks The Eggs And – Killing The Young Of Garden Songbirds – But Attacks The Adults Too; 2007 March 14 –

“The article goes on to say that Blackbirds Song thrushes and Mistle thrushes in particular are likely to be wiped out by the wrath of magpies.”

Photos: Song thrush.

2010 BTO: Number Dead 75%…! – “SAVE OUR GARDEN SONGBIRDS…”

‘‘Huge falls have been recorded for our Song Thrush.”

“Wonderful mimics from waders to telephone ring tones. Clear loud sonorous song repeating phrases and medley late into the March-August night.”

Splendidly serene confident cheerful songster switching – 100 times in their repertoire.’ Uttering phrases 3 times. But they are very tame and trusting.

“Heartbreaking Decline. Yet another one of our past most adorable treasured songsters.”

‘Rapid serious decline since 1970’s.’ On This Monstrous Dead – Death ‘Red’ List!

Our so confident so cheerful Garden Songbird. Both identical. Perched in the highest tree singing flutey resounding songs along with their high rattling calls.

Our lost stylish gorgous and beloved Song Thrush. ‘WAS’ one of Britain’s favourites. With their smaller spotting white throat and dark side stripes.
Having an orangey underside to their wings and as well their feathers.

Browner than the Mistle Thrush.

Help: Song Thrushes and Mistle Thrushes: ‘Very tame and trusting.’

Need: Worms bugs slugs beetles insects. Your snails. Autumn fruit – Leave windfall.

‘STOP:’ Slug Pellets and Spraying ‘Pesticide’ chemical use. Please – Buy from ‘organic’ suppliers – ‘SONGBIRDS’ – “SAVE UK GARDEN SONGBIRDS…”

William Wordsworth: 1797 – St Peter and Churchyard built 1196 (was destroyed in the Great Fire of London of 1666). Wordsworth wrote of this churchyard and tree: At the corner of Wood Street, London –
‘When daylight appears Hangs a thrush that sings loud, it has sung for 3 years:
Poor Susan has passed by the spot and heard in the silence of the morning the song of the bird;
The ‘spot’ being St Peter, Cheapside London. ‘Reverie of Poor Susan.’

2011: William Wordsworth – We ‘Think’ Its More – ‘Poor’ Old Song Thrush And Mistle Thrushes. AND OUR OWN – “Barbaric. Endemic – Apathy…”

As appallingly most have been ‘Killed off Silenced’ – Songbirds! “Especially by rural and urban predation.”- ‘Few survive their first winter.’

“Predation Britain!” – From forever more predators and scavengers magpies, sparrow-hawks, cats, grey-squirrel infestation, all hawks, crows, jays, herring gulls, falcons, red kites, owls, badgers, woodpeckers, rats, fox, etc. Unchecked… WHY?

‘Pesticide’ use ‘ours’ and – Farmers from slug pellets spraying everything with chemicals poisons!…
YES TRULY – Heart-breaking ‘Song thrush’ on this – Red – ‘Dyeing List’ Since – 2001 ! – “SAVE GARDEN SONGBIRDS…”

Song Thrush – Splendidly serene songster 100 times switching phrases 3 times – 75% DEAD! – ‘Dyeing’ red – Since – 2001; We truly are barbaric.
‘We are in dire need of songbirds they eat ‘billions’ of our slugs snails bugs insect pests. Were obligated to help them in this plight just like the bees!’

“We Alone Have Caused This Through Our Own Sublime Folly And With the RSPB Legal ‘Protection’ Of Sparrowhawks.” Etc. Now – Since The Year – 1954 !’

Magpies destroy the nests and eat the eggs killing babies chicks the young juveniles as well as the adults of all our Garden Birds. It’s ALL of our Songbirds along with the Blackbirds Song and Mistle Thrushes that are ‘all’ so vulnerable!

Conservation bodies such as Songbird Survival and the Game Conservancy Trust warn that – 2006′ –
‘Magpies must urgently be controlled’ – ‘Before it’s all too late’ –

“For Songbird numbers to recover and to be able to breed in peace undisturbed by just far too many killing predators.”
Garden Birds present day numbers disastrously are all plummeting and are at their lowest levels for over 40 years!

Both House and Tree Sparrows their numbers are at zero in most areas. Being wiped out by ‘sparrow’ hawks and magpies. “Two killing machines amongst far too many other” – Predators.

But others including the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB). For those forty plus years stand idly by while this tragedy has happened. Is daily happening – Witnessed and seen by thousands. ‘And – Include all of us that care.’

Now ‘we’ are having to fight – To Save Songbirds – ‘Extinction…!’

Whether its through upsetting RSPB members or other reasons – Income. They will not endorse a sensible cull which IS
A four letter word to ‘them.’ Instead of cull lets use the ‘nice’ but same word ‘conservation.’

Any takers – For the Truth. Regarding the Present Dire Situation for ‘our’ Lost Songbirds? – A ‘Conservational-Cull?’

Scavengers – Predators the majority are already ‘saved’ by ‘Wildlife’ Centres! ‘They survive on anything anywhere!’
Unlike those species ‘Unable to adapt cope or compete.’ That Do Really Need our Help our Money – And Our ‘Protection!’

The RSPB argues that there is ‘no scientific evidence’ to show that magpies are responsible for the decline in songbirds.

‘Independent Research 2010.’ The Most ‘Recent’ Research Ever Carried Out By ‘Anyone’ – Least of all the RSPB…
 – ‘‘That disproved this outright.” – ‘NO’ SONGBIRDS – ASK RSPB ?

Yet again the RSPB dismiss any and all available evidence. Just what are they doing to justify such inaction to ‘save’ songbirds? Songbirds cannot – ‘fight back!’

They RSPB have Never carried out ANY’ such valuable research on predation? Why ever not; Yet know all the answers?
God help whats left of our British Songbirds… And RSPB ‘members guilt.’

Apart from ever more Magpies witch’s cackle pitched rattling screeches, caws of crows, screeching seagulls, parakeets pigeons, etc. British ‘wildlife!’ Has Been Permanently Allowed by ‘Them’ To Become ONLY – Predators & Scavengers!

Members should be asking the RSPB what happens to their membership money. Do we want ever more bird-less gardens with this long empty eerie bleak silence?

Or do we want a dawn chorus of Songbirds greeting each summer’s morning? We need Garden Birds like we need ‘bees.’ One pair of blue tits alone take and need 15 thousand insects grubs bugs spiders pests, etc – A season.

Slug pellets; Poison sprays kill ‘our’ unwanted insect slug bug beetles caterpillars and a myriad of creepy crawlies then Songbirds eat these and to feed their chicks. Yet more Garden Songbirds dead wiped out this time – By us.

“Predation Britain!” – Forever more predators and scavengers magpies, sparrow-hawks, cats,  grey squirrel infestation, all hawks, crows, jays, herring gulls, falcons, red kites, owls, woodpeckers, rats, fox, etc, etc! Unchecked…

‘The list seems endless from photographic proof.’ – “All displacing killing our ever less resident killed off Songbirds!”…

View Topics: ‘Your Lost Birds & RSPB…!’ – NO’ SONGBIRDS – ASK RSPB ?

British Magpie Menace 2006’ – “Slaughtering ‘Our’ Garden Songbirds – British Songbirds – Vicious Slaughtering Attacks -BTO: ‘2010′ Song Thrush Numbers Dead 75%…!

Copyright © 2011 Songbirds Slaughter –

23 Comments For This Post I'd Love to Hear Yours!

  1. In the Northwood area (Middx), there has been an increasing number of magpies evident over the last 5 years or so. Whereas before there were only the odd one or two seen, now regularly four or five can be seen together. There is also the noise of their squaking early in the mornings as well as evening time, and their scaring away of other smaller birds, like sparrows and finches which are now seldom seen. These birds should be CULLED.

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