Azara Blog: RSPB makes trivial observation about gardens

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Date published: 2007/10/25

The BBC says:

UK householders can halt the decline of many birds by making their gardens more wildlife-friendly, a charity says.

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) said simple measures can help preserve populations of house sparrows, starlings and song thrushes.
Dr Moorcroft, RSPB head of conservation management advice, said "gardens are the richest wildlife habitat on earth".

So is the RSPB going to campaign for all new housing to have decent gardens? Or are they in the camp that believes that the peasants should live in high-density urban slums, and that only the academic middle class like themselves should be allowed to have a decent garden?

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