Sunday, 5 March 2017

Distinctive British bird is under threat of EXTINCTION as they lose habitats

The curlew with its distinctive call and long curved bill is under threat as experts warn the species faces extinction world-wide.
In Britain they are a regular site on coastal marshes and mud-flats easily identifiable by their long legs and curved bill.
But ornithologists reports that although curlew species occur on all continents except Antarctica some species may already have become extinct.
Nicola Crockford, policy officer for the RSPB, said: "The Eurasian curlew is an iconic species - its appearance in spring is announced by one of nature's most evocative calls.-READ MORE

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