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Once-common corn bunting faces extinction from Scotland

Published in: The Scotsman. 
By:  George Mair. 
Date: 2 August 2012. 

THE corn bunting, once one of Scotland’s most common birds, is facing extinction north of the Border unless urgent action is taken to save them, according to the findings of a 20-year study.

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