RSPB calls for wildlife farming to bring back birds

Telegraph: Favourite farmland birds such as the turtle dove, starling and yellowhammer have plummeted over the last 40 years by more than 50 per cent. Traditionally conservationists blamed the post war transformation of the British countryside from mixed patchwork fields to rolling monoculture. They argue that birds and animals are starving to death because agriculture is now too efficient to leave enough seeds or insects for nature to survive. But after years of campaigning against farmers, the Royal......

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