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In Which The RSPB Acknowledge Predator Control Helps Rare Birds

Changing landscapes blamed for halving bird populations - Scotsman.com News

RSPB Scotland said that a drop of up to 50 per cent in the numbers of lapwing, dunlin and curlew in the uplands over the last 25 years was caused by a combination of changes in habitat, including forest edge exposure, grouse moor management intensity and an increase in the population of crows.
Lapwing populations fared better on areas with more intensive grouse moor management and worse where there was high crow numbers.
(Full paper here)

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Wait until the forests are cleared and the moors filled and leveled for the installation of wind farms and solar panels...

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