Bird charity changes posters after complaints they're 'sexist'

Dr Mya-Rose CraigDr Mya-Rose Craig claims the RSPB's bird posters are 'sexist' (Image: Dan Regan/BristolLive)

Illustrations on material the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) gives out in hides to twitchers will be updated. It is argued the smaller pictures used for female birds is sexist.

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As Daily Star on Sunday reports Dr Mya-Rose Craig, from Compton Martin, Somerset, pointed out the row on Twitter.

The 19-year-old woman posted: “If you aren’t into nature, you won’t know that when you go into bird watching hides there are often posters up to help you with bird ID.

“But why are the female birds always shown as a smaller picture insert? #sexisminbirding? We need a revolution.”

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And now Bristol Post reports RSPB has admitted it must "do better".

A spokesman said: “It is a fair point and we

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