Key species such as corn bunting, grey partridge, linnet, skylark, whitethroat and yellowhammer are thriving on farmland managed by the Countryside Restoration Trust.
The results run counter to the national trend revealed in a recent government report, which highlighted big declines in farmland bird numbers.
In 2010, breeding farmland bird populations in the UK were at their lowest level ever recorded at half of what they were in 1970.
In contrast, the CRT has boosted numbers of farmland bird species and numbers on two blocks of farmland it has managed for the past decade.
Skylark and whitethroat numbers have almost doubled on the farm.
At the same time, linnets have doubled in numbers – despite a 75% decline nationally over the past 40 years.