According to the popular saying, 'it's grim up north!' However, a study by the RSPB, looking at bird numbers across the regions of England reveals that birds are singing a very different tune. Since 1994, bird populations in the south of England have declined, while those in the north of England have generally increased or at least performed much better. The RSPB study - broken down into nine Engl...

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