Thursday, 13 February 2014

How did we achieve a 42% increase in songbirds?

We all know that songbird populations in Britain have declined sharply in recent decades. Skylarks and Song Thrushes have halved in number. The beautiful Lapwing has declined by 80%.

But did you know that songbird populations on our pioneering Allerton Project farm actually increased by 42% in 20 years?

By researching different management techniques and experimenting with supplementary feeding and predator control our team at Loddington achieved these impressive results.

We specialise in this type of scientific work and it holds the key to reversing the decline in songbird populations throughout Britain.

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