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RSPB Scotland has today announced that a young male hen harrier, fitted with a satellite transmitter has gone missing on a grouse moor in the Monadhliath Mountains.
The petition to ban driven grouse shooting has reached 100K. By means of a little celebration this free t-shirt design is yours to download and print on this special day.
A bird survey that was reported to have taken place on a managed grouse moor in the Pennines has been widely quoted in the media this week.
You’d expect to see Buzzards, Kestrals and Peregrines on a Grouse moor, even an occasional Merlin, Red Kite or Hen Harrier but where have all our raptors gone?
For Cecil, Annie, Chance . . . and all the other millions of wasted lives. Free to download and print in the colour and size of your choice.
Rainham Marshes RSPB Reserve – a great day celebrating Hen Harriers with speakers: Mark Avery, Charlie Moores (BAWC), Mike Clarke (RSPB), Chris Packham.
This is my retort to the content of the Mail on Sunday article, 7th August, which says ‘Sack eco warrior Packham’, BBC is told as countryside campaigners …..’
Why don’t you see many birds of prey on some grouse moors? Because on some estates, traps are used in an illegal way to kill falcons, eagles and harriers which are protected by law.
I’ve been pondering of late, why celebrate the Olympic games when you could simply celebrate . . . the poodle? I’ve been privately and publicly praising the poodle since I was a punk and the lifelong party of celebration continues now in the presence of Sir Itchy and Sir Scratchy (they’ve been knighted since the […]