A new report has found that a third of Welsh bird species are declining significantly.
Breeding birds of upland farmed habitats, such as curlew, golden plover, black grouse, red grouse and ring ouzel have all seen their numbers decline.
The new report, State of Birds in Wales 2018, has been produced by The British Trust for Ornithology (BTO), the Welsh Ornithological Society (WOS), Natural Resources Wales (NRW) and RSPB Cymru.
The report also showed how breeding kittiwakes have declined by 35% in Wales since 1986, while the breeding range of black-headed gulls has shrunk by 52% since 1970.
The report also illustrates how Wales is home to a large proportion of the UK populations of many breeding and wintering species.
Wales has a global responsibility for Manx shearwater, where up to 60% of the world's breeding population are found on four Welsh Islands (Skomer, Skokholm, RSPB Ramsey and Bardsey).
Most bird monitoring in Wales is undertaken by volunteers who contribute over 5,000 hours of their expertise every year in surveys utilised in this report.