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Tiree remains a stronghold for rare and declining corncrake population

POPULATIONS of one of Scotland’s rarest breeding birds – the corncrake – have suffered a fall in numbers for the second year running.

In total, 1,059 calling males were counted during RSPB Scotland’s annual survey. That’s a drop of three per cent when compared with 2015, and a decrease of 20 per cent compared with 2014.

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