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MAVIS

Abbreviation for:
Mobility Advice and Vehicle Information Service
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The Caravan Club has been species champion of the song thrush since 2003 when it chose to support this endangered bird as part of its initiatives to promote biodiversity on its 200-strong sites network.
But in our fun poll, the song thrush came top, ahead of the great crested newt, high brown fritillary butterfly, brown hare, song thrush and skylark.
The air is full of birdsong now and most mornings I hear above the sweet song of the blackbird and robin - the song thrush.
Many much-loved species SPACE: Greg Clark rely on green spaces like gardens, such as the song thrush and house sparrow, both of which have suffered massive declines in the last few years.
They may look like your resident blackbird, or the song thrush that's sung all summer, but their behaviour might give them away - as inter-continental interlopers
In 2005, for the first time in the history of the survey, the song thrush dropped out of the top 20 garden birds, and last year it slipped to number 24, only being seen in under 10% of gardens.
The tawny owl, chaffinch, cuckoo, great tit, greater spotted wood pecker, song thrush, bar nowl, wren, blackbird, blue tit, nightingale and robin will serenade you throughout the day.
The hawks catch blackbirds and song thrush and tear them to pieces before eating them.
It is not all bad news, however, as some species on the red list in the rest of the UK, such as the nightjar, skylark, house sparrow and song thrush, are less at risk in Wales.
Numbers of the common blackbird are currently not perceived as threatened at all, however it has several close relatives, including the song thrush, that are experiencing severe population decline.
She did not make her debut until the final day of the season last year but showed plenty of potential to finish third to Song Thrush at Newmarket.