New figures show Scotland’s sea bird numbers on decline

Common gulls and puffins were amongst the species who've seen the steepest drop

Scotland’s cliffs could soon fall silent unless urgent action is taken to reverse a decline in seabird populations.

A new survey has shown almost two thirds of Scotland’s breeding population has decreased over the past two decades, and that was before Avian Flu.

Conservationists hope the information will help shape future policy to protect vital species.

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