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The cloud lifted (though it kept on drizzling) and suddenly there she was – a beautiful female harrier, circling just below the cloud base. Then, from nowhere, she was joined by a male. More...
It wasn't long ago that you had to try hard and be lucky to see a bird of prey. They were rare, mystical birds, found only in far-flung corners of the countryside and were tricky to see, with their elusive habits and skittish nature. More...
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2 September 2014
Common sense has prevailed as the Airports Commission rules out an airport in the Thames Estuary.
1 September 2014
As the world mourns the passing of the passenger 100 years ago, we're reminding everyone that our very own turtle dove could be heading for oblivion
18 August 2014
A pair of glossy ibises have brought a touch of the Mediterranean to our Frampton Marsh reserve this summer
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