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BBC NEWS | UK | Woodland bird decline alarms experts

Ornithologists say they are increasingly concerned about the "alarming" decline of some of Britain's woodland birds species.

I'm not an expert but my suggestion would be try shooting the lovely fluffy Grey squirrels who attack bird nests to eat the eggs and other predators - see SongBird Survival - acting to help songbirds survive for other details of the non-politically correct way to manage the countryside.


Here on the garden Isle it is our duty to shoot greys, as we are often reminded - but there aren't any, still, I've got the old .22 ready and wating.

I Hawaii it's the mongoose they introduced that's killing the birds/eggs. Open-Season all year long on Mongoose, and the weather is great too! ;-)

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