By Richard Broughton and Shelley Hinsley Abstract The Marsh Tit Poecile palustris is one of several British woodland birds to have suffered a serious population decline in recent decades. Its abundance has fallen by almost three-quarters since the 1960s while its range has contracted by a fifth, placing it on the UK's Red List. Extensive research over the last decade has built upon earlier studi...

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