Poor weather hits thrush species
Robins are among the birds whose numbers have seemingly been hit by the cold, wet start to the summer, says the RSPB The cold, wet start to the summer appears to have hit chicks of thrush species such as blackbirds, song thrushes and robins, wildlife experts have said.
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#1 Aug 16, 2012
Poor weather now and then is natural. The birds will recover.
What they won't recover from is the instant drastic population reductions during their nighttime migration due to collisions with skyscrapers, cell towers and the newest major threat (that is being kept secret from the people)- large wind turbines and huge wind farms. Deadly slaughter machines is all they are!
Reflective glass windows, non-native predators, pesticides, and road killed birds also takes a heavy toll.
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