Birds Bounce Back on Restored Farmland

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  • A recent study has found that bird populations bounce back when farms devote 10% of their land to nature-friendly measures.
  • The researchers found that 26% of the proportion of the farmed landscape would be needed to help recover farmland birds by 10% over ten years.
  • The UK government has recently introduced a legally binding target to halt species abundance declines in England by 2030.

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