(1) The adoption of intensive farming methods across Britain since the 1970s has put birds such as the skylark and the yellowhammer on the danger list, with numbers falling by 50% since 1977.(2) The yellow-shafted flicker (Colaptes auratus), known locally as the yellowhammer , is the state bird of Alabama.(3) The other species that have been put on the list are the marsh tit, willow tit, ring ouzel, grasshopper warbler, Savi's warbler, lesser spotted woodpecker and yellowhammer .(4) Songbirds such as the linnet, yellowhammer , skylark and song thrush to name but a few, are fast disappearing in our gardens and countryside.(5) The other day it took me half a minute to show a visitor the nest of a ‘scribbling lark’; the local country name for the yellowhammer .(6) Together with the introduced species of chaffinch, goldfinch, yellowhammer , skylark, magpie, etc, they provide a tuneful accompaniment to your walk.(7) Other birds facing tough times in Bradford include the house sparrow, the golden plover, the yellowhammer and the redshank.(8) In the UK between 1970 and 1999 the skylark had declined by 52 per cent, the yellowhammer by 53 per cent and the corn bunting by 88 per cent.(9) The flicker with its many aliases is probably our most interesting woodpecker. Some of the more common are the yellowhammer and the yellow-shafted woodpecker.(10) Permanent 6m grass margins ensure there are plenty of nesting sites and feeding areas for other birds such as whitethroats and yellowhammers .(11) Across the tracks we bought honey, walked the woods by the river and climbed through conifers to top out at wild grasslands with swallows, yellowhammers and smooth views over an eternity of wheat.(12) Willows provide nesting sites for several types of finches and many different birds can be seen throughout the year, including cuckoos, yellowhammers , mallards, moorhens and whitethroats.(13) Snipe, red buntings, yellowhammers and even kingfishers are supposedly hereabouts.(14) The second half of the name yellowhammer is thought to derive from the German for bunting which is ‘ammer’, yellowhammers being the commonest of the buntings.(15) Waders such as redshank and spoonbills, have begun to proliferate, and numbers of larks, linnets, yellowhammers and reed bunting have grown.(16) The data collection, which is being funded by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, has already taken place involving a variety of farmland birds, including skylarks and yellowhammers .
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