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On the 15.10.10, a league of UK conservation organisations published a report using the UK's birds as an indicator of the success of conservation.

As part of the objectives of the UK's Biodiversity Action Plan, a project was started in 1994 to help a total of twenty-six bird species under threat of extinction were detected and UK government were informed.

In the report - State of the UK's Birds 2010 - published on 15 October this report looks at patterns in population from 24 different types of bird.

Before 1994 an assessment of 232 populations of birds gave evidence that 38 types of birds were dramatically disappearing. And during the period after 1994, this statistic has increased to 18 per cent which added 45 more populations in decline.

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