VIDEO: Every winter thousands of Starlings perform dazzling aerial displays around Brighton Pier. But over the years, their numbers have fallen dramatically. The RSPB says Starlings have declined by 80%. So why are the once-common birds dying out? Malcolm Shaw has been investigating.
Starling numbers in Hampshire have declined by nearly 70 per cent in the last two decades, according to new figures from the RSPB.
The birds are still plentiful but conservationists are worried by the sharp drop in numbers.