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About 100 redshank, 90 oystercatcher and 190 black-tailed godwit had also flown to the centre early.
Black-tailed Godwit Picture: MIKE NESBIT Unfortunately the stronghold on the Shannon Callows in Ireland has seen similarly big losses this year due to high water levels.
An estimated 600 wading birds on reserve have seen their nests and breeding attempts destroyed, including almost two-fifths (37%) of England and Wales' lowland snipe, as as redshank, lapwing and rare black-tailed godwits.
May be extinct by 2050 Black-tailed godwit Due to increased flooding during spring.
The top 5 list of endangered species in the UK is: 1 Red-necked phalarope, 2 Black-tailed godwit, 3 Scottish wildcat, 4 Capercaillie, 5 Cuckoo.
In addition to fear of tremors, opponents cite a rare species of bird, the black-tailed godwit, which lives in the area.
The tide will then flood the 30 hectare site creating new intertidal mudflats, which are ideal feeding areas for avocets, dunlins, black-tailed godwits and many other species of birds.
More than half the 77 species of migratory birds that use the East Asian-Australasian flyway -- including the Eurasian curlew which has 'near-threatened' status, the Asiatic dowitcher and black-tailed godwit -- arrive in September and leave by April.