FW: BBC News: Early results from farm bird count

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Subject: FW: BBC News: Early results from farm bird count
From: Thomas Wilson <>
Date: Fri, 13 Feb 2015 22:14:00 +1100
A couple of interesting links off the BBC news pages today concerning Darwin 
Finches and the UK Farm Bird Count.  In the latter, Starlings are becoming rare 
(wow?) and farmers seem to be competing to have the best birds on their patch.
Tom Wilson
> Darwin finches' messy family tree
> Genome sequences reveal frequent interbreeding between the famous Galapagos 
> finches, as well as discovering one gene strongly linked to their different 
> beak shapes.
> Read more:
>  > Early results from farm bird count
> Early results from a major count of farmland birds reveal sightings of 
> several rare species.
> Read more:

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