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Avian privacy group slams RSPB ‘mass surveillance’

everything they do is known to the authoritiesAvian rights activists are demanding answers from the government today after the Guardian published tweets from an insider at the RSPB, indicating the shocking extent of directed surveillance against birds.

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Posted: Jan 25th, 2015
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RSPB to focus efforts on saving Angry Birds

stepping up a levelAfter a series of charity scandals, cash-strapped conservation group the RSPB has announced that it will refocus its conservation efforts on saving the Angry Birds, rather than their real cousins.

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Posted: Dec 10th, 2014
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Griffin hits out at lax controls on bird migration

BNP leader Nick Griffin launched a tirade against lax border controls which are said to be letting thousands of foreign birds enter the UK every week, ‘taking fruit picking work and demanding mixed nuts and stale crusts handouts.’

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Posted: Jul 21st, 2010
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Bill Bailey’s beard declared World Heritage Site

comic's facial hair is home to several endangered speciesWildlife enthusiasts have successfully called a halt to the proposed cropping of Bill Bailey’s wild, straggly beard.

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Posted: Mar 18th, 2010
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RSPB organise Britain’s first ‘Ex-Banker Watch’

Thousands of unemployed bankers were identified by amateur enthusiasts across the country in Britain’s first organised survey of sacked investors and redundant stockbrokers. Families were asked to spend just one hour over the weekend looking out for the distinctive signs of those formerly employed in the financial sector, so that a nationwide picture could be built up of this now endangered species.

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Posted: Jan 26th, 2009
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