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Lee Dutton 21h
Sit and wait time again. 🤞🏼
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Nick P. Williams Dec 7
Congratulations! Impressive effort - Well done to all concerned. 👍 Great that the funds are going to used to support the (but let's just hope none of the cash gets siphoned off to contribute towards the misguided 'Brood Meddling Scheme'). 😎
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Natural England Jul 31
This year 34 hen harrier chicks fledged across Lancashire, Cumbria, Durham Northumberland and Derbyshire from nine successful nests. This is the most successful breeding season for this bird of prey for a decade. More details here
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Derek C Aug 26
Went to North Uist yesterday Highlights TWO Golden Eagles & a fleeting female . Thank goodness for the Scottish Islands. Long may they stay a haven for these increasingly rare birds.
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Roly Pitts Dec 17
If you watch and enjoy then please consider signing the petition to ban driven grouse shooting because we should have more than 3 pairs of nesting in England
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Emily Leonard Nov 17
Male Hen Harrier from today, a first for me. I'm very pleased to see such a stunning bird- who would even think of shooting these beautiful birds in any other way than with a camera?
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andy s Nov 12
Freedom to shoot, stamp on, poison our wildlife. Welcome to the UK. not bothered. not bothered. not bothered. They are a protected species
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WildlifeSomerset Nov 1
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Derek C Oct 30
Last full day on the New Forest & Heathland. Fieldfare & Redwing in good numbers, Jays everywhere collecting acorns 2 x Dartford Warbler highlight tho goes to a Ringtail which made my day make
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James O'Neill Feb 12
Rather distant, but simply stupendous views of the at Portmore this evening. My adrenaline levels spiked every time it appeared over the reeds!
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Hen Harrier Day Midlands Jul 31
Day #20 Remember this? Alleged illegal killing of a 2013 Watch this video: 2017: Furore and disgust from public & wildlife NGO's as case is dropped. This is why we are holding a on the
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Niall Anderson Apr 2
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Steve Williams Feb 21
I’m not a religious person but there is definitely a ‘feeling’ at Finlaggan - anyway it’s also brilliant for birds: fine male , flocks of Barnies, 2Sprawks, Redpoll, Siskin & Crossbill + this White-tailed Eagle flew along the ridge from the SoundofJura direction
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Brigit Strawbridge Jul 13
So many encounters today that I've lost count. Very exciting to watch a female pick up prey from the ground and see another female harass her for her catch. Now being serenaded by a . What a place for bird life...
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Raptor Politics Oct 18
It appears they are killing every they come across.
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Elliot Pierre Montieth Dec 10
As if the day couldn't get any better, ad male hunting in the snow with Shorties!!! -
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Burton Mere Wetlands 19h
Stunning male in the glorious sunshine over the scrape. Along with 2 marsh harrier, 2 peregrine and 1 sparrowhawk this morning 😁 Don’t forget we will be at Parkgate Old Baths from 1pm today for a
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Derbyshire Wildlife Trust Jan 26
We oppose the Brood Management announcement by Natural England - read more:
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Findlay Wilde Mar 3
We had just 3 successful breeding pairs of in England last year. The uplands could support a hundred times that many. Ask the question "why are they nearly extinct as a breeding bird in England?"
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Sarah Hanson Feb 6
No award winner but the prize is just seeing one. Hen harrier (in England) last weekend. Simply stunning. @Team4Nature300
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