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Skydancer workshop at St Joseph's Middle School, Hexham

Students at St Joseph's Middle School, Hexham, get into character to debate the issues of hen harriers...
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Skydancing Schools workshop

Students at St Joseph's Middle School, Hexham, get into character to debate the issues of hen harriers...
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Lively Skydancer debate at St Joseph's

Students at St Joseph's Middle School, Hexham, get into character to debate the issues of hen harriers...
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Voicing opinions in Skydancer debate

Students at St Joseph's Middle School, Hexham, get into character to debate the issues of hen harriers...
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Beautiful view over North Tynedale

View from The Gun Inn, North Tynedale, on our volunteer training evening for the hen harrier nest protection...
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Fluffy and sharp!

Hen harrier chicks photographed in a nest in Wales, in 2009, by Jude Lane, Bowland Project Officer in...
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Soaring high

Female hen harrier who laid 13 eggs in 2010 and fledged 5 chicks in 2011, Bowland - photographed by Mick...
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Stand-out male

With his pale ash-grey colouring and black wingtips, this male hen harrier cuts a striking figure against...
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I believe I can fly

Children at West Woodburn First School practice their skydancing, as part of a Skydancer outreach visit...
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Words of a feather

Feathers decorated with words describing hen harriers, created by pupils at Hallbankgate Village School...
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Colourful harriers

Pupils at Hallbankgate Village School colour in their very own hen harriers.
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Touch the sky

Pupils have fun making their home-made hen harriers fly high in the schoolyard of Hallbankgate Village...
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