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  • Writer's pictureAmy Blencoe



CASEFILE NO: 60872305

Dear Prof. Parker,

It is with great disappointment that I am contacting you today.

Through global observation efforts over the past 5 years, we can unfortunately confirm that another 15 bird species have become extinct this month. 100% of our surveys made after 20th June 2077 have failed to record a single instance of these birds in their natural habitats which declares them as eliminated species.

Currently, we have 8 of these birds in our conservation centres but their numbers are rapidly declining still.

Enclosed are casefiles detailing each species of bird that has been lost due to lack of environmental adaptation to allow human beings to live alongside these animals without harming their natural ecosystems.

We have failed to acknowledge the numerous environmental signs that these populations were on decline and have failed to act to prevent our own impact from accelerating this.

Taking all of this into account, I can also confirm another 20 species have now become critically endangered due to the disappearance of other species in the food chain and the destruction of the surrounding ecosystems. We need to actively adapt the way modern society is integrated within these habitats to ensure there is no further risk of extinction.

We propose widescale collaboration with Architecture and Engineering firms around the world to ensure the development of residential and commercial areas are also helping the avian populace to recover.

King regards,

Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB).


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