Bradbury, R & Eaton, M / July 2002 – vol. 95, issue 7, pp 356–358 Farmland birds in Britain have declined markedly in recent decades. Many species are affected, whether migrant or resident, insectivore or granivore. Since bird populations epitomise the health of our farmed landscape, the British Government has undertaken a Public Service Agreement to `reverse the long-term decline in the number of farmland birds'. Since the scale of the problem became apparent, i... This article is only available to subscribed users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.