Goldfinch on farmland
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Farmers committed to help East region's wildlife

The numbers of farmland birds have fallen by 50% since the 1970s according to figures from the RSPB, with tree sparrows having experienced the most dramatic decline.

The need to grow more food for an increasing population is one of the major causes for the decline in birds on our farmland, but as Inside Out East reports the region's farmers are committed to doing all they can to help wildlife.

  • 11 Feb 2012
  • From the section England
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