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16 October 2014
The latest State of the UK Birds report shows a dramatic decline for some of our best loved migratory birds
13 October 2014
The number of vultures dying from diclofenac contamination in India has reduced by more than a third between 2005 and 2009, according to a study published today in an issue of the journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (B) on the risk and impacts of pharmaceuticals in the environment.
10 October 2014
RSPB Scotland has expressed major concerns about the granting of consent for four offshore windfarms in the Firth of Forth by Scottish Ministers today. The developments threaten Scotland's internationally important marine wildlife and in particular large colonies of seabirds.
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