‘Conservation urgency unlike anything we have witnessed’ as a third of birds decline in Wales

A third of breeding and wintering birds are declining in Wales, according to a joint report by Natural Resources Wales, RSPB Cymru, the British Trust for Ornithology and the Welsh Ornithological Society

Pied flycatcher
Pied flycatcher

A third of breeding and wintering birds are declining in Wales, according to a joint report by Natural Resources Wales, RSPB Cymru, the British Trust for Ornithology and the Welsh Ornithological Society.

Birds of upland farmed habitats, such the curlew, golden plover, black grouse, red grouse and ring ouzel, have all dramatically reduced in number, according to the report, published today.

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