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41 Year Old Razorbill and 31 Year Old Curlew Amongst Avian Record Breakers

Animals  (tags: birds, old, record breakers, animals, AnimalWelfare, environment, habitat, protection, wildlife, wildanimals )

- 3992 days ago -
In the latest British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) Ringing Report, Razorbill M23170, ringed as a chick on the cliffs of Bardsey Island, Gwynedd in 1967 was reported back on the island for its 41st summer.


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Natali m (85)
Thursday July 10, 2008, 10:25 am

Past Member (0)
Friday July 11, 2008, 1:28 am
"There is nothing
in which the birds differ
more from man than
the way in which they can
build and yet leave a landscape
as it was before." ~ Robert Lynd


Ila Vazquez (3)
Friday July 11, 2008, 2:46 am
Wow! Alright. That is cooooooooooooollll.May he (or she) live very long & prosper (at least in fish, mollusks, & habitat).

Past Member (0)
Friday July 11, 2008, 6:53 am
There is a great need for the human population to decrease to near nothing so the animal world can get back to where it was a long time ago!!

The earth is in no need of six billion people for there surely is not six billion animals on this earth.

Every human needs to think twice in deciding to have children & reason why & what for! Yes, I wrote what for.
This fact should make it crystal clear of the need to reduce the world population:

In 1894 there were only
4 automobiles in the US.


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