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A ground-breaking conservation project began in 2000 to re-establish a wild breeding population of corncrakes back into the English countryside at the RSPB's Nene Washes nature reserve. This film tells the roller coaster story of the first 10 years.
The Corncrake Re-introduction Project is a partnership of the RSPB, Natural England, the Zoological Society of London and Pensthorpe Conservation Trust.
RSPB Film showcases the work of our multi award winning Film Unit - an in-house production team formed in 1953. A selection of their most celebrated films are available here for the very first time. Hit the 'full screen' button, sit back and enjoy.