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3 June 2013
An extinct British bumblebee species will get a boost today (Monday June 3) as a new generation of queens are released on the edge of Kent.
31 May 2013
A coalition of wildlife and countryside organisations has written to the Environment Secretary for a reassurance that no licences will be issued for the removal or destruction of birds of prey or their nests for the protection of gamebirds
The RSPB is calling on farmers and birdwatchers to help locate the UK’s rarest nesting bird of prey: the Montagu’s harrier
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