Bird decline due to predation

Short, Bill
October 2007
Farmers Weekly;10/12/2007, Vol. 147 Issue 15, p57
Trade Publication
The author offers a perspective on the decline in the number of birds in Great Britain. The author says that the number of birds in the country continue to decline despite the implementation of environment schemes. Predators, according to the author, are damaging birds and other wildlife. The author says that the lack of control of predators will result to the lost of bird species.


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