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Stop killing birds of prey, say 200,000 people
Today should mark a turning point in the history of our birds of prey: it is the day that we are all reminded that the illegal killing of birds of prey must stop. At a ceremony in London, over 200,000 pledges of support, gathered by the RSPB, were handed to Huw Irranca-Davies, the UK Government’s...
3 Feb 2010
When silence would be a crime
When dealing with the press you are always conscious of not sounding like a stuck record. After a while, journalists stop listening. News needs to be new. This was brought home to me again when publicising our annual Birdcrime report. The figures – 1,206 reports of crimes against wild birds...
27 Aug 2009
Breathtaking sea eagles images make it all worthwhile
There are times when conservation projects produce spectacles that tell a story far better than a shelf load full of press releases, policy documents and wordy reports. A large part of the work that goes into conservation happens at desks, in front of screens and around meeting tables. But once...
14 Aug 2009
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