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The view is fantastic the life of people is fantastic this is all now at stake by that communities are paying thousands to fight for
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Blanaid Denman May 17
Replying to @BlanaidDenman
Barely an inch of heather untouched. How much habitat is left for ground nesting raptors like merlin and ? They like heather >40-50cm deep, which takes up to 20 yrs to grow. Add this to illegal killing and no wonder numbers are declining!
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Sarah Hanson 9 Apr 18
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๐Ÿ‘ฎโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿฆ… Nick Lyall ๐Ÿฆ…๐Ÿ‘ฎโ€โ™€๏ธ Mar 3
On I thought I would share these amazing images I was sent recently. How anyone can deliberately kill these amazing birds is beyond me. I will work tirelessly to end their persecution. ๐Ÿฆ…
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Arjun Amar Jul 8
Orkney airport celebrating the - which are hugely popular with tourists here
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Rob Sheldon 30 Nov 17
Apparently today is The is almost there in some areas of UK
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Tara Okon Aug 15
New piece: 'Red in the morning....'
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Tara Okon Aug 7
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Findlay Wilde 3 Mar 18
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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Dave Craven Feb 28
Just had to share these absolutely stunning pics taken by Mike Roberts of one of the Ringtails kicking around Hale at the moment. Not sure how anyone could take pleasure in killing such awesome birds
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Frank G Burns Feb 17
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Jerome Murray Nov 2
Distant so I'll call it an "in it's environment shot" ๐Ÿ˜€ but only my 2nd ever so pretty chuffed
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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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BirdsMatter_ie Jan 28
The Hen harrier is part of the rich fabric of our uplands. For thousands of years hill farming has coexisted with these magnificent birds. When all that is left of our uplands are tree stumps and forgotten place names will we consider ourselves a rich nation?
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Dave McGrath Sep 29
Hen Harrier fly-by late this evening Co.Cork 29/9/18
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Frank G Burns Feb 18
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M.J.D May 22
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Frank G Burns Oct 29
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M.J.D May 22
- the pattern of disappearances is rather clear ...!
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Raptor Politics Oct 18
It appears they are killing every they come across.
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